ROOM FOR TEA:
A home-sharing social enterprise
Signwriting: Community-led content for Thames View wayfinding
BIRD BOXES: Collaborative development on Rivergate Square, Barking
BARKING RIVERSIDE: Creative engagement, public realm co-design, social innovation
Spitalfields Crypt Trust: A social enterprise run by former addicts/homeless people
World’s Largest Bee Hotel: Co-built habitat at Barking Riverside
Creative Partnerships: Outdoor Learning at Belvue School
Mirrored Dinner: An innovative stakeholder dinner with a 300 mile long table
FARM:shop is a social and agrarian experiment to see how much food can be grown in a shop in East London. It is a chance for the local community to engage first hand with the growing process, and with those who grow it.
Poncho No.8: Design and strategy for London burrito restaurant
Eat This: Edible Ballot Papers
Eat This is an award winning response to the Design Council RED Team’s study assessing the role design plays in nurturing citizenship.
Part of the study, entitled ‘Touching the State’ asked designers and innovators to suggest ways in which ‘The State’ could be more approachable. Eat This is a proposal for voters to be given edible ballot papers at polling stations.
The chosen candidate is saved and the unwanted candidates are consumed, thus making the voting process an interactive and empowering experience.