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Pea Soup House

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Exhibition, Print 2016

Pea Soup House was a pop-up installation hosted at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) during the London Festival of Architecture 2016 serving daily free colour-coded soup which matches the Daily Air Quality Index (DAQI) of London. The installation, designed and built by a team of architects from Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, served to bring people together through food and architecture, whilst help raise awareness of air pollution. Built with carbon neutral materials, the coloured batons on the structure represent the daily air quality of London in colour code for the whole of 2015.

We designed the installation identity and printed items, and translated the valuable data collected by the research team at the King’s College London into exhibition infographics. The infographics, hosted inside the structure display information on how air pollution around the world impacts on air quality in London and give valuable advice for daily commuters.

Visitor sitting infront of the installation whilst drinking pea soup. The pea soup house installation at Whitfield Gardens in Fitzrovia Visitors at the RIBA in London during the opening of the Pea Soup House installation. Direct print infographics panels with laser cut elements. Layered 3d elements onto direct print panels of plywood. Risograph printed invite for the Pea Soup House opening at the RIBA London. Poster and flyers for the Pea Soup House installation at the RIBA London. Risograph printed flyer for the exhibition at the RIBA.