Vernacular structure for Llandudno
‘For want of a generic label, we shall call it vernacular, anonymous, spontaneous, indigenous, rural as the case may be.’
Bernard Rudoflsky Architecture without Architects.
Built in 2 days, responding to the building’s architecture and utilising materials at hand. This old methodist chapel in Llandudno, North Wales, this piece is part of a cultural regeneration project called Lost Spaces commissioned by Helfa Gelf and Arts Council of Wales. A space to host conversations, screen films and engage people of the town in the ideas and themes of cultural and urban regeneration. The pew cusions create a building material, stacked and contained in an organic framework the space becomes both and adaptable and interior space with the original Festri building and the adjoining chapel visible through gaps int he fusions or the doorways.