Architecture Fringe 2019
In Real Life


Over two days we will present and discuss the need for new forms of small scale civic amenity as a means of fostering greater individual and collective agency in communities of people and place

Lee Ivett (OPD), Duncan Blackmore (Arrant Land)

MON 17 June 2019 / 6.30pm - 9pm
TUE 18 June 2019 / 11am - 5pm (exhibition of proposals)
TUE 18 June 2019 / 6.30pm - 8.30pm (discussion and debate)

25 Prince Edward Street
Glasgow G42 8LU

Fully accessible / Children welcome

Kiosk is a building in Govanhill that proposes a new adaptive and small scale civic typology. The space is being established as a collaborative project by Lee Ivett and Duncan Blackmore as a place of residency and civic agency that a community of people can use to test social, cultural, creative and economic activity.

Over two days we will create two events that will launch the space. The first will be a dinner with local community members and stakeholders with an open discussion the following evening to discuss and debate the potential role of Kiosk within its context.



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