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Hudson and Coode-Adams create rural camera obscura

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + DATA] Hudson Architects and artist Ben Coode-Adams have entered this art installation in Norfolk into the AJ Small Projects Awards

The practice and artist who collaborated together to convert Feeringbury Barn in Essex have created an art installation for the Cley 12 Aisle and Air visual arts festival.

The 7.5 metre-tall reed-clad, which contains a camera obscura that casts an image of the surrounding landscape onto the ceiling, stands on an angled mirror-clad base.

Hudson architects were shortlisted for an AJ Small Projects Award last year for Lammas, also in Cley-next-the-Sea

Small Projects entry information

To enter, you will need to submit a 150-word text describing your project, along with at least eight photographs, five drawings and one working detail. There is a £50 entry fee.

For full competition details and payment form please see the attached pdf document.

Entries should be submitted via the AJ Buildings Library uploader. Please email Tom Ravenscroft on or call 020 7728 4644 for your unique login.

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