Bouverie Mews featured in Architects Journal Specifications: The Light Issue



Peter Culley’s description of ‘designing for light’ and other complex issues that arose in the development of the Bouverie Mews project. For the full article, please download the pdf at the base of this page.

To see more about Bouverie Mews on our project page, follow this link

 

 

 

Spatial Affairs Bureau featured in October 2018 Architect’s Newspaper


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“Spatial Affairs pursues an intellectually nimble practice by pushing project constraints toward broad ends that encompass everything from ‘interior landscapes’ to urban-scaled configurations… It does so in an effort to create layered material and historic conditions that always push back toward the landscape in some form or another. The approach has resulted in a string of under-the-radar but dramatically good-looking commissions that aim to create something greater—and more cohesive—than the typical, rigidly defined arenas of normative practice might allow.” Antonio Pacheco, Architect’s Newspaper, October 2018

 

 

 

 

Peter Culley on Monocle 24 radio show


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Peter Culley spoke on Monocle’s morning show, The Globalist, to Georgina Godwin about challenges and opportunities facing ‘Second Tier’ cities, adding his experiences from working at a city scale in places like Memphis, Tennessee; Richmond Virginia; and Birmingham UK.

 

 

 

 

Richmond BridgePark featured in Architect’s Newspaper



Thank you to Architect’s Newspaper for featuring the Richmond BridgePark project so prominently.

The article includes this quote from Spatial Affairs Bureau creative director, Peter Culley:

“We are at a very exciting stage in what is an appropriately ambitious project taking its place as part of Richmond’s impressive renaissance as a river city with important histories now ready to be reexamined… As cars begin to take a second place in our cities, human stories and experiences can appropriately move up to the front of the line.”

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Peter Culley in Convo By Design podcast



As part of the Los Angeles Design Festival, Peter Culley was interviewed by Josh Cooperman for his design-related podcast. The discussion ranged from an individual’s home in the workplace world, to the relationships between evolving ‘non-imperial’ cities like Los Angeles and Memphis, Tennessee.

Click here to reach the podcast which also features a discussion with Los Angeles architect Lorcan O’Herlihy.

 

 

 

 

Spatial Affairs Bureau featured in Los Angeles Times LA Design Festival Highlights


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Spatial Affairs Bureau and Feral Office featured in the Architect’s Newspaper LA Design Festival Not-to-miss List


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‘Tri-Coastal Minimalism’ - Spatial Affairs in the LA Design Festival Newspaper



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Spatial Affairs Bureau’s BridgePark featured in Baunetzwoche


“Studio Heatherwick, OMA, Benthem Crouwel and Spatial Affairs Deliver The Prototypes”


Spatial Affairs’ Richmond BridgePark plan featured in Baunetzwoche’s ‘Sublime Oases: Parks on Stilts’ article

Focussing on 5 leading light projects from Europe and the US, this edition of BaunetzWoche, by Bettina Krause, reviews the developing ‘bridge-park’ typology as a future-cities strategy.


Follow this link to our Richmond BridgePark page where you can download the full article (in German).

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