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BLACKBOX sits in a quiet mews in London. The concept is a simple brick enclosure, cut away to allow light to diffuse into the heart of the building. The ground floor offers an open plan gallery area arranged around an internal courtyard. Blurring the boundary between interior and exterior, the distinctive black-grey linear brickwork is exposed inside to create a dramatic contrast with the interior installation.


The stairs are articulated in a slot that divides the first floor rooms, one of which is a suspended 'floating' box that hovers behind the double-height glazed screen of the courtyard.

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