The set cladding was finished onsite during night-shifts demonstrating the high end finish Scott Fleary can achieve even under considerable pressure.

Project Details

Designer: Es Devlin

Client: Royal Court Theatre

Location: Royal Court Theatre

This three-story house that was conceived to be as transparent as possible, able to revolve in a pool of water. The design was only finalised 10 days before it was due on stage meaning the complicated construction that included cantilevered floors, had to be built in a very limited time scale.

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