Trace

Dean, C. 2017. Trace.

CreatorsDean, C.
Description

The two cast models of the World War II, Air Raid Shelter are a response to the London Festival of Architecture’s theme ‘memory’. The shelter which is accessible through the Hopton Street Almshouses, London SE1, runs adjacent to the residential development Neo Bankside which was built in the shadow of Tate Modern, designed by Rogers, Stirk Harbour + Partners in 2013. Hopton's Almshouses were built in 1752 by trustees appointed under the will of Charles Hopton.

Date2017
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Completed2017

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