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10 x 10 goes to the Isle of Dogs

10 x 10 goes to the Isle of Dogs

Pablo Sanz Claramunt

Pablo has over 12 years’ experience working in international award winning practices in Spain and the UK.

A hand-drawn digital sketch of Deptford Church Street is our contribution to this year’s Article 25 fundraiser, which takes place at the Royal Institute of British Architects, Portland Place on November 18. The artwork has been created especially for the event by our associate Pablo Sanz Claramunt.

The 10×10 auction brings together 100 prominent artists, designers, and architects to create 100 pieces of art, offering unique reflections on the changing face of the city.

This year’s grid of 100 squares has been cast over the Isle of Dogs and its surroundings; we chose square number 92 because it includes the site of one of the five Tideway projects we are currently working on. Pablo’s sketch shows what the site next to the historic St Paul’s Church will look like when the work on London’s new super sewer is complete, including a much improved public park.

All proceeds from the auction will go to support the charity’s ongoing work with vulnerable communities around the world.

To view or bid on Pablo’s, or any of the 100 artworks, via the online auction Paddle8 website click here

Doors open at the live auction event at the RIBA on Monday November 18 at 7pm. For more information and to buy a ticket click here

Pablo Sanz Claramunt

Pablo has over 12 years’ experience working in international award winning practices in Spain and the UK.

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