Tuesday, 20 November 2007

The Bat House Project


From left: Jorgen Tandberg, Yo Murata, Jeremy Deller

Regulars of the London Wetland Centre may be interested to learn of an imminent architectural addition to the site. As you undoubtedly know The Bat House Project is a competition initiated by artist and Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller to design a home for bats. Launched in June 2007, the competition has been open to architects, students, Schoolchildren and the public with the task to 'create a building of aesthetic and enviromental excellence' to entice both bats and bat enthusiasts to SW13. Tonight, at The Royal Institue of British Architects, the overall prize was duly presented to architectural students Jorgen Tandberg and Yo Murata for their excellent realisation of the brief (below). Worthy winners indeed, Congratulations!

1 Comments:

Blogger type me an essay said...

This sounds really great and interesting. I looked it up on Google and found more pictures of the competition, I found some pretty impressive architects.Everyone’s work was very good.

16 September 2017 at 11:43  

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