George King Architects have received planning approval for a four bedroom ‘Slate House’ in the Cornwall village of Port Isaac. The four bedroom house features a hanging slate facade and views out towards the Atlantic Ocean. Take a look at our projects page for more information.
George King has been announced as a member of the design jury for the Passageways 2.0 Design competition. Passageways 2.0 is an international call for multi-disciplinary design teams to submit proposals for a $80,000 permanent installation to be housed in a passageway in downtown Chattanooga.
Specialist architectural metal fabricators m-tec will be featuring some of GKA’s work on their stand at the 2017 American Society of Landscape Architects EXPO in Los Angeles over the weekend. GKA’s work will be featured alongside a handpicked group of other UK artists. The annual event is attracts over 5,500 attendees and 350 exhibitors. You can find m-tec at booth 1738 with the EXPO running from October 20-23.
GKA travelled to Latina, Italy last Saturday to attend the 2017 COMEL Awards. GKA’s sculpture Holding Pattern, completed for last year’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has been nominated as a finalist in the award. A smaller version of the original sculpture was shipped to Latina for inclusion in the exhibition.
The award celebrates artwork made from aluminium and included pieces from 13 shortlisted artists from across Europe.
George King has begun teaching an undergraduate studio in the Architecture Department at the University of Greenwich in London. George will run the unit entitled ‘Artificial Future’ with Yeena Yoon. The studio is for 2nd and 3rd year students and will run throughout the 2017/2018 academic year.