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‘Small Spaces’ Exhibition Is Now Extended!
As seen in Financial Times, Wallpaper and Monocle, 'Small Spaces' is now extended at the Roca London Gallery
Christmas closing hours at the Roca London Gallery
Richard Beckett (UCL), Living in a probiotic microbial space, Live experiment in the exhibition
Roca London Gallery are delighted to announce that ‘Small Spaces in the City: Rethinking Inside the Box’ exhibition, curated by Clare Farrow Studio, has been extended until 16th March 2024, as part of our ongoing cultural programme. As seen in Financial Times, Wallpaper and Monocle, this exhibition explores the challenges and innovative solutions for small live-and-work spaces in the city, featuring content from Royal Ballet Principal William Bracewell, Proctor & Shaw, Intervention Architecture, Satoko Shinohara, Takeshi Hosaka, the Kuma Lab, Gary Chang, JCPCDR architecture, Paola Bagna, White Arkitekter, nArchitects, Studio Noju and Colin Chee of YouTube’s Never Too Small.
To read more about the exhibition, click here.
Admission is free and there’s no need to book.
Image © Richard Beckett (UCL), Living in a probiotic microbial space, Live experiment in the exhibition