Carmody Groarke have moved to a new studio in Covent Garden.
Our new address is:
62-70 Shorts Gardens
London, WC2H 9AH
Link to Map
Carmody Groarke was selected by the Rothschild Foundation to design a new visitor pavilion for historic Waddesdon Manor, in Buckinghamshire. The Pavilion's purpose is to manage visitors arriving at Waddesdon; to welcome, orientate and direct them to the transport taking them to the Manor by shuttle buses.
The new building has been carefully planned within the internationally significant park of this Grade I Listed House. Defined by its 20m x 20m cantilevered canopy structure, the Pavilion is intended to be a landmark, orientation point and all-weather shelter within the landscape.
The project will begin construction later this year and will open in summer 2015.
Link to Waddesdon Manor website
Carmody Groarke has designed a new exhibition for the British Museum. 'Dressed to
Impress' offers insight into Japanese male fashion and its relationship to an
individual’s identity during the Edo period (1615 - 1868).
'Dressed to Impress: netsuke and Japanese men's fashion'
19 June - 17 August
Link to British Museum website