Glasgow Pechakucha Night 21: Playing on the Edge of Chaos

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Anthony Engi Meacock, Founding Member, Assemble, London

Anthony is a founding member of Assemble, a design and architecture practice based in London. Founded after the success of their first project, the Cineroleum, which transformed a derelict petrol station into a hand built cinema. Their work focuses on using design as a tool to improve social and cultural life, committed to uncovering the hidden opportunities that exist on the fringes of everyday life. Assemble champion a working practice that is interdependent and collaborative, blurring conventional boundaries.

Anthony spoke about delivering a new adventure playground in Dalmarnock, Glasgow.

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