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  • Neon Workshop

    Last night, the Studio Dekka Team enjoyed an evening of glass bending and friendly competition at the Neon Workshops in Wakefield. Thanks to Richard and his team for a brilliantly fun, creative and informative experience. http://www.neonworkshops.com/
  • Commendation for Wood Green / Green Lanes at the Haringey Design Awards 2016

    Congratulations to  East Architecture Landscape Urban Design on receiving a Commendation for the Wood Green / Green Lanes public realm scheme at the Haringey Design Awards 2016. Studio Dekka designed street and amenity lighting including bespoke lamp columns and structures for the scheme, as well as feature lighting to Green Lanes Underpass and the Grade II*-listed Salisbury Hotel.…
  • Studio Dekka on team shortlisted for The Illuminated River, International Design Competition.

    Studio Dekka are part of one of only six design team shortlisted for the Illuminated River Design Competition that will celebrate London's famous river with light as a medium for public art and new lighting technology, reducing energy consumption therefore making the city greener and public spaces accessible for all after dark. Each team will produce a…
  • Dekka appointed to develop Kingston Riverside Lighting Strategy.

    The Royal Borough of Kingston have appointed Dekka to work with Kinnear Landscape Architects to develop a public realm and landscape lighting strategy for the Thames riverside of Kingston-upon-Thames in south-west London.  
  • A Very Small Part of Architecture at Highgate Cemetery.

    Good Grief, a series of three evening events exploring loss and rebirth in the heart of Highgate Cemetery, took place this month. The Good Grief series is staged in and around a specially-commissioned temporary tomb designed by Sam Jacob Studio entitled A Very Small Part of Architecture. A Very Small Part of Architecture resurrects Austrian Modernist architect Adolf Loos’s…
  • Bedlam exhibition opens at the Wellcome Trust.

    Bedlam: the Asylum and Beyond has opened this week at the Wellcome Trust on Euston Road. The exhibition remains open until January 2017. Mike Jay, who co-curated the exhibition with Barbara, has written a piece for the Guardian to accompany the exhibition.
  • Dekka join design team for Ealing Broadway Crossrail Station.

    Ealing Broadway station is currently being upgraded to accommodate the new Crossrail line in 2018. Dekka have joined the Ealing Council's public realm design team led by Kinnear Landscape Architects, aiming to provide a coherent and integrated station environment. Image (c) Crossrail.
  • Dekka on Designing Empathy.

    What has empathy got to do with architecture? Can a room full of children help us find out? Or maybe an actor, a psychologist, a meditation teacher, and a storyteller? How to design a process that makes space for others? Gain new research and brief making skills, and apply them to a concrete design. Chantelle…
  • Dekka appointed to develop lighting strategy for Nightingale Estate, Hackney.

    Dekka have joined a design team led by Karakusevic Carson Architects and including HHbR, Steven Taylor Architects and Townshend Landscape Architects to develop a lighting masterplan for the Nightingale estate for the London Borough of Hackney. The masterplan will cover existing and proposed parts of the public realm, as well as lighting for communal areas within five…
  • Dekka join Muf’s team for Bedlam exhibition at the Wellcome Trust.

    Studio Dekka have been appointed by the Wellcome Trust to design lighting for the forthcoming exhibition 'Bedlam: Beyond the Asylum' at the Gibbs Building on Euston Road.