The Institute of Freespeech

Freedom, who can speak, where one is free to speak and the antithetical notion of blasphemy (the forbidden), are themes examined through this architectural proposal.
Explored are questions on how architecture might best project ideologies geared towards the maintenance of free speech and the empowerment of the individual voice. How can architecture become conducive to this? And furthermore how can architecture physically activate vocal action in its users?
This project is the establishment of such an architectural environment within contemporary London.

AIR 343m/s  

Detail - AIR 343m/s  

Copper 4760m/s  

Detail - Copper 4760m/s  

H2O 1497m/s  

Granite 5950m/s  

Hypercube falling into component pieces through the dimensions

The Printing Press  

Debating Chambers  

Digital Soapbox  

Pirate Radio station