Unspoken Revolution

"Through design we can change stories"

Mission Statement

The Studio

An experiential investigation into communities and hidden spatial events

The ‘Unspoken Revolution’ is formed of a group of Students and their tutor from The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, who explore the narrative of the ‘Derelict’. We’re investigating sensory physical spaces and their communities and those who sit on the fringe.

The aim of the yearlong studio is to develop a thorough understanding of communities and materiality enabling us to rebuild meaningful sustainable public areas that take the local community into account.

Through our interior and architectural interventions we aim to create a spatial language that encourages physical meaningful interaction.

The Hermitage Project

‘Through Design we can change Stories’

This project, part of ‘Unspoken Revolution’, encourages students to develop a sense of social responsibility. We’ll devise a structure, sited in lively Spitalfields Market for the public to engage with – a place of contemplation.

Our design aims for a change of perception of homelessness through raising questions that will spark a debate in the public realm. Sustainability is key, we’re not creating an environment to be inhabited by the homeless. Rather, we aspire prevention. We seek to limit the issue, rather then designing around the problem.

Unspoken Revolution collaborates with the Whitechapel Mission and BDG.


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Screening: Dark Days & The Hermitage @ Stories BarFebruary 2nd, 2014
Stories Bar, 30 – 32 Broadway Market, E8 4QJ
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