Fossils fuel a cinematic comeback for flint at Lewes’s Depot

Here’s the latest Unstructured 8, this time with something of a South East England emphasis. We go to the movies at Lewes Depot’s new Cinema, head to Hastings and its pier in its Stirling Award aftermath, and walk the town’s seafront promenade for the edition’s photo-essay.

These in-depth features highlight BurrellFoleyFischer’s latest cinema, and the wider cultural and social context of dRMM’s Hasting Pier. Plus, a review of Mario Carpo’s Second Digital Turn, and, and in our research section, Frances Hollis provides an updated overview of her two year Work-Home research project

Ian McKay on Lewes's Cinema in a Park
Diving for Pearls – Hastings and the People's Pier
Mario Carpo's Second Digital Turn book reviewed
Frances Hollis on her Work-Home futures research
Photo-Essay George Sinclair walks the Hastings seafront

Unstructured extra 9 NEW

Where CLT is Going? And where did it come from?

This new Unstructured extra on the rise and rise of everyone’s favourite engineered timber. With Gerhard Schickhofer interviewed, SauerbrauchHutton, Helen & Hard, I-Bois, FeildenFowles, WaughThistleton, a special dRMM themed feature, and contributions from Alex de Rijke and Arup’s Andrew Laurence.

And cutting against the grain, CLT’s first Monocoque building, Arts & Crafts & CLT, Brettstapel, and reports from CLT’s improbable world centre, Hackney, and the materials heartland origins, the Mur valley, Styria.