Forming Identity by Grayson Perry

Greyson Perry 2014

New work from the critically acclaimed British artist Grayson Perry is exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London.  The title of this portrait exhibition is “Who are you?” It is an investigation into modern identity and lifestyles. Continue reading

The Filling Station


Architects Carmody Groarke have transformed an abandoned canal-side petrol station into a temporary restaurant and events space

Named the King’s Cross Filling Station, the structure will remain in place for approximately two years before the site is redeveloped to provide housing. Carmody Groarke design a lot of temporary pavilions around London.  Having set out to create a strong ‘sense of place’ in an area of central London that is going through great change, King’s Cross has been working with Carmody Groarke. An architectural identity has been created for the King’s Cross Filling Station, previously a disused petrol station on a part of the site adjacent to York Way and the Regent’s Canal.

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