Architecture Week Launch
How Green is My Space?
14 June 2007
National opening of Architecture Week in association
with Arts Council England (ACE), Royal Institute of British Architects, (RIBA) and University of Westminster
Keith Wilson/ Richard Woods
15 June 2007 – 12 August 2007
This inaugural exhibition is a collaboration between sculptors Richard Woods and Keith Wilson who have transformed the urban and industrial premise of the site. Their mis en scene engulfed the spectator in a brilliantly coloured world while also powerfully transforming the perception and experience of the space.
Supported by the Henry Moore Foundation and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Sheppard Robson, The Elephant Trust, Arts Council England, and the University of Westminster’s Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM).
Sheppard Robson Architectural Practice
6 June 2007
Exhibition of work linked to the creative industries
October 15, 2007
Calvin Klein collaborated with Turner Prize winner Martin Creed to reveal its Spring 2008 collection. The evening’s entertainment consisted of an 18-piece orchestra that performed in a line along a diagonal catwalk whilst models paced slowly round them in time to an abstract, musical composition.
Established and Sons
September 14th – 20th, 2007
Forward thinking design company Established and Sons took over P3 for Design Week 2007 with their ‘Elevating Design’ exhibition, with the aim of encouraging discussion about the controversially named ‘Design Art’ genre. A selection of Established pieces, including designs by Zaha Hadid, were replicated in Carrara marble and erected on 6m high grey plinths.
Retail Press Week. M&S
11-18 November 2007
A major high street retailer held their Press days in P3, unveiling their collection of home ware, men’s, women’s and children’s clothes as well as their range of beauty products for spring 2008. Supermodel Lily Cole was announced as their new face.