The tenth anniversary of Coffey Architects was celebrated with the ‘Exposure’ exhibition at the RIBA. The exhibition and accompanying book captures and embodies our preoccupations in architecture for the experiential qualities of how a place feels, how it connects to the light and elements outside, how it performs as a space for social interactions and how it respects its wider ecological context.
Projects were exhibited alongside photographs exploring empathy, context, morphology and light by practice founder Phil Coffey, examining how architecture and photography can inform one another.
Inside & outside
The exhibition occupied interior as well as exterior spaces at the RIBA in order to blur the boundaries - just like our architecture.
Torch lit exhibition
After dark the exterior exhibition could be experienced by using the provided torches.
Variety of media
The exhibition used full size mock-ups, physical models, drawings, photos and slides in order to depict our passion in the best possible way.
Coffey Table - 3 ways
The bespoke table was designed to hold the exhibition book. Depending on which way you turn the table different amount of books can be stored. The table is made of birch ply and concrete - two of our favourite materials due to their durability and aesthetics.