Wembley Windows is a public art installation commissioned by Brent Council and the developers Quintain. Initially conceived through a ‘live project’ competition with the architecture department at the RCA in 2013, the design team worked with local manufacturers and the social enterprise group Meanwhile Space to design a temporary structure that houses information celebrating the cultural assets of Wembley. The structure consists of a series of pivoting timber benches and windows, supported by a sculptural steel track. With content updated on a regular basis, passers-by are encouraged to sit, lean, read and interact with both the structure itself, and the information contained within it.
- Royal College of Art
- Design: Chergn-Min Teong, Eleanor Hill, Ishbel Mull & Skye Sun
- Fabrication: Aldworth James & Bond
- Engineering: Engenuiti