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All Work and no Ply for Haw

This is Alex Haw's 25m2 Work/Space/Ply/Time (W/S/P/T) exhibit, currently on show at the Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale in Hong Kong. (To see large images click here.)

The 5m-tall W/S/P/T, made of layers of engineered ply, is a new version of the exhibit that took first prize at the inaugural Urbantine Project, organised by Tent London last summer to 'explore the changing nature of the 21st-century workplace'.

But, the original W/S/P/T – or the lack of it – is now at the centre of a spat between Haw, a tutor at the Architectural Association and a partner in fledgling practice Atmos, and Tent London founders Jimmy MacDonald and Ian Rudge after the exhibit was apparently destroyed by Tent London's contractors.

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