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Langley Dale Visitor Centre

Langley Dale Visitors Centre, UK As Part of the RIBA Competitions programme, Bloom Collective designed the visitors centre with adaptability and muti-use in mind. With a rain screen cladding covering a large area, only smaller internal forms need to be heated constantly. A large open […]

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Confluence With BLOOM.

  Confluence – 合 The interactive Hanging Wall, 合, was positioned in the center courtyard of PMQ for deTour 2017. Hanging from a centralized truss, the piece takes advantage of the large vertical space and creates a dramatic sculpture which floats in the void of […]

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Crossroads Set Design with BLOOM.

Crossroads – Interactive Set Design for TEDx Wanchai with BLOOM. “What strange phenomena we find in a great city, all we need do is stroll about with our eyes open. Life swarms with innocent monsters.” Charles Baudelaire Intersections are nodes, joints, meeting points, defining points, changes […]

Dancing with Inertia @ The Long Museum, Shanghai

DANCING WITH INERTIA Dancing with Inertia is a performance consisting of a choreographed dance through a series of spatial interventions, activated by a live composition. Simultaneous interactions between these three elements create a dynamic and at some points frenetic relationship between the body, space and […]

Dancing with Inertia @Zendai Himalayas Centre, Shanghai

DANCING WITH INERTIA Dancing with Inertia is a performance consisting of a choreographed dance through a series of spatial interventions, activated by a live composition. Simultaneous interactions between these three elements create a dynamic and at some points frenetic relationship between the body, space and […]

The Agitators

THE AGITATORS Bamboo, Cotton, The series of works was initiated whist studying architecture at the Bartlett, UCL. Inspired by muscle restraints. It investigates the idea of autonomous muscular movement within architectural space. By utilising the flexibility of bamboo, structural elements deform autonomously. The piece responds […]

Harvest of the Sea

HARVEST OF THE SEA FESTIVAL EXHIBITION St Mary at Hill, East Cheapside, Central London, UK  Commissioned by Rev. Cannon Flora Winfield for the Harvest of the Sea festival, the exhibition asked the question what is the modern day sea harvest? The investigation into that question […]

Disruptive Technologies

Disrupt behaviour, Disrupt perception, Disrupt[ed] imagery. We engaged the user to enter, become part of, and interact with a 3 dimensional spatialised image of themselves through the layering of fragmented picture planes, live camera feeds and projections. ‘You who construct gardens, no longer make parks, or […]