The Dungeness landscape and the tale of how a timber-framed house was built there are the subjects of a mixed media project featured in this weekend’s London Arts Book Fair at the ICA. A collaboration between writer Vicky Richardson, graphic designer Chrissie Charlton and photographer Howard Sooley, the Dungeness Box has compartments containing booklets, postcards and found objects. Billed as an experiment in communicating the architecture, the box provides ‘3D clues’ about Simon Conder Associates’ beach house. Priced £35, the limited edition boxes are available at art and architecture bookshops in London and the south east.
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