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Interview with Architect Philip Beesley: Meander – Tapestry Hall, Cambridge

An exclusive interview with world renowned architect Philip Beesley about his latest installation Meander, on show at Tapestry Hall in Cambridge.

Going Local in the Junction

Located at Dundas Street West, just east Keele the DUKE presentation centre, designed by local studio Mason Studio is an authentic reflection of the surrounding neighbourhood. By collaborating with local artists the space celebrates the talent and unique identity of the Junction. Like a perfectly choreographed dance, the movement through the space is full of Junction Life moments all crafted by local designers. The entrance features a leather armchair and side table designed by Derek McLeod. The ‘cabinet of curiosities’, constructed by Brothers and Sons is a 15-foot wall unit filled with handmade and curated found objects by Crow design. The window seat, cushions and patio seating provide a layered experience of colour and texture, that were all designed by Fugitive Glue. As you walk past the model, and towards the kitchen, subtle furnishings help anchor the space such as the leather reception desk and turquoise island stools by Discreet and Discrete. The upper area features a walnut daybed and an accompanying wall mirror by Heidi Earnshaw. This section allows the visitor the opportunity to …