ScanLAB has revealed a video showing the transformation of the Bartlett’s temporary home in Hampstead Road, London
The video was revealed as a trailer to the upcoming film which will show the school’s architecture exhibition filling the temporary studio space.
The architecture school has moved to temporary studios in a former warehouse building on Hampstead Road, near Euston station, while its current home is transformed.
Hawkins\Brown’s £30million scheme for the refurbishment of Wates House – the home of the Bartlett – won planning in July (AJ 03.08.14).
ScanLAB was founded by Bartlett graduates Matthew Shaw and William Trossell in 2011.
This will be the fifth year the digital scanning company has returned to the architecture school to produce a millimetre-perfect representation of its end-of-year show.
Using state of the art 3D scanning technology ScanLAB ‘digitise space’ by capturing a cloud of over a billion precisely measured points which they then assemble into a virtual model.
The Bartlett summer show opens to the public on 27 June.