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Counterspace
Counterspace
nationality: south-african
Counterspace
 Johannesburg - South Africa [Suid Afrika]
www.counterspace-studio.com
info@counterspace-studio.com
Team makeup for the building:
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
Sumayya Vally

* South Africa [Suid Afrika] 1990
nationality: south-african
Amina Kaskar

* South Africa [Suid Afrika] 1990
nationality: south-african
Sarah de Villiers

* South Africa [Suid Afrika] 1990
nationality: south-african
Show firm present makeup
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
 
 
Counterspace is a Johannesburg-based collaborative architectural studio, undertaking predominantly architectural projects, community engagement, exhibition and installation conceptualisation and urban research and design.

Counterspace is inspired by their location - Johannesburg - and aims to work with developing design expression particularly for Johannesburg and the continent - through urban research, publications, installations and architecture. Counterspace has been involved in a number of research, graphic and immersive design projects with national-scale stakeholders, local architects and universities in South Africa; in addition to various cultural architectural projects in rural and urbanized South Africa, and internationally.

The practice occupies a space adjacent to academic practice, with Sumayya leading Unit 12 at the Graduate School of Architecture, Johannesburg, Sarah currently leading Unit 18 at the same institution, and Amina leading the Housing Ecologies studio at the University of the Witwatersrand Postgraduate Architecture School.
BUILDINGS
 
2020 - 2021
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
United Kingdom » London
 
 
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