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Langlands & Bell 

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Photo by #Steve#White of Langlands & Bell with #Moving#World (Day) #London #Heathrow #Terminal 5 Digitally controlled #neon with #artists #data #programme #glass #steel #granite
The illuminated three letter #codes are the #abbreviations used by #aviation authorities to identify destinations worldwide.
Architects for T5, Rogers Stirk Harbour; Structural Engineers Arup; Artist’s Structural Engineers, Atelier One; Landscape Architects: HED; Art Consultants, The Contemporary Art Society; Photo, Steve White. This sculpture forms part of The Architecture Club 2017 Autumn Forum debate / exhibition “How Do Architects And Artists Best Interact During The Design Process On Building Projects? #sculpture #contemporaryart @contemporaryartsociety @rogersstirkharbour @atelier.one @arupgroup

“How Do Architects And Artists Best Interact During The Design Process On Building Projects?” The Architecture Club 2017 Autumn Forum debate is hosted by Squire & Partners at their new offices, The Department Store, 248 Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 2FR on Thursday 5 October 2017.

The debate chaired by award winning art critic & historian Richard Cork will include Charles Holland, Charles Holland Architects and Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton, Ben Langlands & Nikki Bell, Artists, Stella Ioannou, Director of Lacuna / Co-director of Sculpture in the City and Roger Hawkins, Founding Partner, Hawkins/Brown.

Private View 6.30, Forum & Dinner 7.30. Tickets: Members £45 / £50 Guests.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-architecture-club-2017-autumn-forum-tickets-37301915032
Or send a cheque to THE ARCHITECTURE CLUB 3/12 Marischal Road, London, SE13 5LFG rowena@architectureclub.co.uk #art #architecture #collaboration #contemporaryart @squirepartners @charlesjholland @lacunastella #hawkinsbrown #richardcork

If you’re flying from Terminal 5 at Heathrow you can see Moving World (Night & Day) our two-part sculpture at either end of Interchange Plaza, the open space when you arrive in front of the main building. This sculpture forms part of The Architecture Club 2017 Autumn Forum debate / exhibition “How Do Architects And Artists Best Interact During The Design Process On Building Projects?" The illuminated three letter #codes are the #abbreviations used by #aviation authorities to identify destinations worldwide. Rio, Manchester, Cairo ,Buenos Aires, SaoPaolo, Damascus, LasVegas, Nagoya, Singapore, Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Athens, Mexico City, Sydney, NewYork, Rome, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, London (Heathrow), Hamburg, Shanghai, Madrid, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Algiers.
Digitally controlled #neon with #artists #data #programme #glass #steel #granite Architects for T5, Rogers Stirk Harbour; Structural Engineers Arup; Artist’s Structural Engineers, Atelier One; Landscape Architects: HED; Fabrication Neon Circus and CMF; Art Consultants, Contemporary Art Society; Photo, Steve White. #sculpture #contemporaryart @contemporaryartsociety @rogersstirkharbour @atelier.one @arupgroup @neoncircusltd @neondom @susanshepherd

The 4th edition of the Folkestone Triennial opens today. Above is a still from “Folkestone : Boulogne - A Blind Date” the film we made for the first Triennial in 2008. It was screened at Folkestone’s Copt Point, National Coastwatch Institution where volunteers monitor the sea conditions and spot varied comings and goings along the coast. Folkestone and Boulogne have been twinned since 1960 and were previously connected by a ferry service which ceased in 2001. "Folkestone : Boulogne - A. Blind Date" is an intimate and comparative observation of the two towns that contrasts their daily life, culture, environment, customs, as well as their social situations. You can watch an extract of the film at
www.langlandsandbell.com/portfolio-item/folkestone-boulogne-a-blind-date-2008/

@fstonetriennial @folkestoneartworks @folkestonefringe #folkestone #boulogne #contemporaryart #pairs

The 4th edition of the Folkestone Triennial opens today. This is the opening shot from our film "Folkestone : Boulogne - A Blind Date" shot over the course of a year for the first Triennial in 2008. Folkestone’s Leas Lift is a rare ‘water balanced’ funicular carrying passengers between the seafront and the cliff top promenade. One of only three water lifts in the UK, the others are in Saltburn in Yorkshire and Lynton and Lynmouth in north Devon, this one was the first lift constructed by the company Waygood-Otis, pioneers of ‘ascending machines’ who went on to build the first escalator 15 years later. The Leas Lift is estimated to have carried 50,000,000 passengers since it opened in 1885. You can watch an extract of our film at
www.langlandsandbell.com/portfolio-item/folkestone-boulogne-a-blind-date-2008/

@fstonetriennial @folkestoneartworks @folkestonefringe #folkestone #boulogne
#contemporaryart

The 4th edition of the Folkestone Triennial opens today. We were fortunate enough to be invited to participate in the first triennial “Tales of Time & Space” curated by Andrea Schlieker in 2008. Over the course of a year we made the film “Folkestone : Boulogne - A Blind Date” a portrait of two towns separated by 22 miles of water. On our first visit to Boulogne aboard the super-tug Anglian Monarch we encountered these ladies wearing traditional dress to celebrate the annual Festival of the Sea, and rapping fisherman recounting a life of hardship and unemployment. On other visits to the town we found ourselves welcomed by flaming tyres in the midst of a fisherman’s strike. You can see an extract of the film on our website at
www.langlandsandbell.com/portfolio-item/folkestone-boulogne-a-blind-date-2008/
@fstonetriennial @folkestoneartworks @folkestonefringe #folkestone #boulogne
#contemporaryart

Ben’s overalls on the back of the workshop door. #white#cap #white#coat #working#summer #artists#studio #contemporaryart #untitled photo by @johnpawson

Wall of the workshop with tools, some favourite found objects, sculptures, and gifts from friends: portrait diptych of L&B by #jimmoyse (painted rocks mark out minefields in Afghanistan), “Decline & Fall”, 1982, wind dried whippet from Brick Lane market, handlebars and bicycle seat after Picasso by #gavinturk, Japanese masks, animal skulls running from crow to cow, a dried rat, L&B letters from a shop sign @todd_longstaffe_gowan and #timknox ,armour piercing shell casings, US Army MREs (meals ready to eat) etc. #working#summer #untitled

Nikki’s overalls on the back of the workshop door. #hard#hat #white#coat #working#summer #artists#studio #contemporaryart #untitled

#tbt Paddington Bridge, Paddington Basin which we designed in 2004 with engineers Atelier One. Partly inspired by the translucent qualities of a cinema screen or shoji screen. the visually permeable structure filters the surrounding architecture and people crossing the canal become actors on a stage, their silhouettes outlined by the light of the city.
Height 8.4m. Width 3.5m. Span 19.6m. Overall length 90m. Capacity 20,000 people per day. Materials: #fritted #optiwhite #glass #painted #steel #aluminium deck. Structural engineers @atelier.one .Lighting by #spiersandmajor @madeoflightoo .Construction by Aztec Engineering. Commissioned by #padt #public#art#development#trust and #chelsfield for Paddington Development Corporation. Photo: #Stevewhite #artandarchitecture #contemporaryart @babybudhist #day

#tbt Posing for Blueprint Magazine during the construction of Paddington Bridge, Paddington Basin, London 2004 @blueprint.mag #polaroid #artandarchitecture #contemporaryart

#tbt Paddington Bridge at Paddington Basin which we designed in 2004 with engineers Atelier One. A bridge isn’t just a route or connection between two places: it can also be a place in itself….a room over the water, a place to linger and enjoy the view, or somewhere to stage an event. The bridge opened in 2004 with a wonderful performance by singer Nona Hendryx - wearing silver lamé hot pants!

Height 8.4m. Width 3.5m. Span 19.6m. Overall length 90m. Capacity 20,000 people per day. Materials: #fritted #optiwhite #glass #painted #steel #aluminium deck. Structural engineers @atelier.one .Lighting by #spiersandmajor @madeoflightoo .Construction by Aztec Engineering. Commissioned by #padt #public#art#development#trust and #chelsfield for Paddington Development Corporation. Photo: #Stevewhite #artandarchitecture #contemporaryart @babybudhist #day

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