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The author is grateful to Ellis Woodman for drawing attention to James Gowan’s proposition, originally contained in the essay ‘Home: A Castle for an Englishman’ (1978), and reprinted in Ellis Woodman, Modernity and Reinvention: The Architecture of James Gowan, Black Dog (London), 2008, p 209. Text © 2015 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Images: pp 27, 31(b) © David Grandorge; pp 28-9 © 5th Studio; pp 30(t), 31(t) © Timothy Soar; p 30(b) © Tom Holbrook 31 Dan Hill 32 A Sketchbook for the City to Come The Pop-Up as R&D Joost, Greenhouse, Federation Square, Melbourne, 2008 The Greenhouse temporarily occupied Federation Square, attracting 1,000 visitors a day from November to January the following year.
Our ‘Instant Monuments for Collective Intimacy’ projects, some of which are featured here, are one of the few exceptions that have allowed us to be aggressive about directly pursuing various types of public engagements, utopian moments created by the processes of production, however small and frivolous they may seem. ‘Collective Intimacy’ describes how our projects relate to issues of public space. We look at public space not as an antonym of private space, but as the collection of many intimate spaces.
Along with a special category of presence that is precious in a way that the restaurant room is not. 59 Mr Coffee – He’s So Frothy Exmouth Market London 2008 Mr Coffee sits cheekily in front of a ‘legitimate’ coffee-serving establishment that sits – of course – in a legitimate building. Michael Webb Cushicle 1967 Cushicle was part of Archigram’s preoccupation with mobile urbanity. Like Mr Coffee’s kiosk, it is mechanised, special, mobile, folds up and gives delight. 60 The Deep World of the Kiosk I liked ‘Mr Coffee – He’s So Frothy’ in London’s Exmouth Market and I’ve not seen him lately, though there is a similar contraption around the same part of London with another name.
Heikkinen & Komonen (Current Architecture Catalogues) by Peter Davey