Together into a future worth living: Assemble turns architecture into art and art into architecture. Worth experiencing, sustainable and prize-winning.
Founded in 2010, the multidisciplinary Assemble Kollektiv is a collective that operates between the poles of architecture, design and art and uniquely manages to combine artistic spaces with ecological and economic sustainability through collaborative processes. Assemble’s works have received numerous awards. Assemble co-founder Joe Halligan has supervised, among others, The Brutalist Playground together with Simon Terril at the Royal Institute of British Architecture, an attempt to turn elements of Brutalism into a playground, a touring exhibition for architect Lina Bo Bardi, and Granby Four Streets, an ongoing community project in Liverpool that transforms four suspended streets into a liveable art space.