Proposal for The Brunswick Folly


Powder 3D print on powder-coated steel plinth

A1 plan print copy of historical map

various dimensions

An unknown mark found on a 1950s map of the pre-Brunswick site is imagined as an architectural footprint for an unrealised folly. The proposed object is located at the northern end of the building: between the Foundling and O’Donnell Courts. The folly’s design takes inspiration from architect Patrick Hodgkinson’s original plans for The Brunswick and subsequent rejected proposals from the 1990s and 2000s.


Two Estates, Brunswick Centre, London. May 2022