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Teatum + Teatum

79 Askew Road, W12  |  +44 208 746 7497

www.teatumandteatum.com

Teatum+Teatum produce innovative contemporary architecture, focused on exploring the experiential qualities and social opportunity of space. Their work is inspired by the idea that architecture can choreograph the social possibility of space, create interaction and connect to the experiential and cultural energy of the city. At every scale, their proposals engage with the urban possibility of the site. Teatum+Teatum believe great cities; those with tangible possibility are informed by the interface between use and spatial organisation. Their work includes new buildings, the reorganisation of existing space and masterplanning. Teatum+Teatum's approach seeks a contemporary architecture that interacts with its physical and historic context, is accessible and spatially engaging to users and the public. They explore the possibility of each project through an intuitive and analytical study of the brief, the programme and site to produce a specific architecture full of possibility. Both directors contribute to teaching in London Universities; Tom Teatum is a unit tutor at Royal College of Art and is a steering group member of the RIBA Building Futures Think Tank.

Teatum+Teatum produce innovative contemporary architecture, focused on exploring the experiential qualities and social opportunity of space. Their work is inspired by the idea that architecture can choreograph the social possibility of space, create interaction and connect to the experiential and cultural energy of the city. At every scale, their proposals engage with the urban possibility of the site. Teatum+Teatum believe great cities; those with tangible possibility are informed by the interface between use and spatial organisation. Their work includes new buildings, the reorganisation of existing space and masterplanning. Teatum+Teatum's approach seeks a contemporary architecture that interacts with its physical and historic context, is accessible and spatially engaging to users and the public. They explore the possibility of each project through an intuitive and analytical study of the brief, the programme and site to produce a specific architecture full of possibility. Both directors contribute to teaching in London Universities; Tom Teatum is a unit tutor at Royal College of Art and is a steering group member of the RIBA Building Futures Think Tank.