“I would say that periods of economic uncertainty are great for architecture. It makes people more willing to explore new ideas. For those of us in the creative industries it allows us to explore opportunities and maybe different types of spaces and to focus not just on making new buildings but how to add to and adapt existing structures. It gives you time to explore different types of materials. It’s a great time to explore and innovate.”
Over the course of the year, PLP Labs has been developing highly sustainable innovative modular building blocks, created with 3D printed wood and mycelium, that look to pave the way for a more sustainable future. After a successful exhibit of the research and the bio-blocks themselves, news of the ground-breaking innovation is spreading.
‘Ephemeral’ has launched at the London Design Biennale and is on display in Somerset House until the 25th June! The installation showcases a new concept of living – natural and flexible – in a home that transforms with you.
Cities around the world are making commitments to reduce their net carbon emissions to zero. But what are the steps being taken to ensure this goal is achieved, and who is leading the race towards a greener urban future?
Join our team at Clerkenwell Design Week to experience our 100% bio-based symbiocene installation, which demonstrates a possible future in which civilization and nature entertain a positive symbiotic relationship.
PLP Partner Andrei Martin spoke at the Office of the Year Conference 2023, in Budapest, exploring how cities and the places that we design in them can be catalysts for human creativity.
Andrei Martin, Partner at PLP Architecture, delivered the closing keynote address at the 2023 ULI Poland Annual Conference.
Did you know that an office with greenery and views out can create up to a 200% uplift in well-being and environmental value compared to those without?
PLP Architecture has submitted plans for 30 Minories, a wellness-led office development for our client Patrizia, which provides enhanced community, cultural and leisure facilities in the City of London.
Andrei Martin, Partner at PLP Architecture, spoke on the themes of creativity, placemaking and post-pandemic workplace design strategies at INNO 2023 – the 6th International Conference on Office Design and Workspace in Tel Aviv.