10×10 is a project which divides an area of London into a 10 x 10 grid, with the resulting squares being allocated to 100 prominent architects, designers and artists, who come together in the summer to create 100 pieces of work, giving 100 perspectives of London.
Hoxton Triptych – The Geffrye
“This tripartite piece presents a very traditional form of architectural representation, the hand sketch, as a counterpoint two digitally manipulated photographs taken on the same visit to the Geffrye Museum garden square, Hoxton. The images explore the nature of signs and symbols found in east London’s historic architecture and in the context of contemporary urban life” Alison Brooks
10×10 creates a unique snapshot of London and raises money for Article 25, the UKs leading architectural and construction aid charity.
To find out more, visit the 10×10 website here.