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Wallpaper* Exhibition: Architects Directory 2014

23rd Jun 2014

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Wallpaper* magazine is celebrating its annual Architects Directory with a curated exhibition of new and emerging architectural talent. Future Capital: The 2014 Wallpaper* Architects Directory exhibition features 20 practices, spanning 17 countries and four continents presented via the art of Richard Kolker, with works showcased in an immersive, bespoke installation created by Robert Storey.

Launched to coincide with the London Festival of Architecture, the exhibition is in association with Ceramics of Italy, with lighting by Davide Groppi.

Wallpaper’s Architects Directory, a highlight of its July Design Directory issue, is the ultimate ‘little black book’ of new architectural talent. With a focus on residential projects, it brings new work to global prominence.

'Future Capital' runs from 13 - 30 June at Two Pancras Square, King's Cross, London N1;



Photography: Mark Cocksedge / Wallpaper*