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Edition of 25.

A set of three pavilions inspired by my son, Joseph Singporewala and Modernist Architect, Leonard Manasseh.

More information and photos here:
http://www.singporewala.co.uk/archive/1105_joseph.html


 The artist was involved in the refurbishment and extension of Leonard Manasseh’s modernist Grade II* listed Rutherford School in Marylebone, London (now The King Solomon Academy). Karl’s pavilions have drawn inspiration from the bold geometric shapes of the main teaching block, assembly space and Leonard’s unrealised third building; the cylinder. Fusing this with the playfulness of Joseph Singporewala’s shape sorting toys, the pavilions aim to communicate on a metaphysical level.
Edition of 25.

A set of three pavilions inspired by my son, Joseph Singporewala and Modernist Architect, Leonard Manasseh.

More information and photos here:
http://www.singporewala.co.uk/archive/1105_joseph.html


 The artist was involved in the refurbishment and extension of Leonard Manasseh’s modernist Grade II* listed Rutherford School in Marylebone, London (now The King Solomon Academy). Karl’s pavilions have drawn inspiration from the bold geometric shapes of the main teaching block, assembly space and Leonard’s unrealised third building; the cylinder. Fusing this with the playfulness of Joseph Singporewala’s shape sorting toys, the pavilions aim to communicate on a metaphysical level.
Edition of 25.

A set of three pavilions inspired by my son, Joseph Singporewala and Modernist Architect, Leonard Manasseh.

More information and photos here:
http://www.singporewala.co.uk/archive/1105_joseph.html


 The artist was involved in the refurbishment and extension of Leonard Manasseh’s modernist Grade II* listed Rutherford School in Marylebone, London (now The King Solomon Academy). Karl’s pavilions have drawn inspiration from the bold geometric shapes of the main teaching block, assembly space and Leonard’s unrealised third building; the cylinder. Fusing this with the playfulness of Joseph Singporewala’s shape sorting toys, the pavilions aim to communicate on a metaphysical level.
Edition of 25.

A set of three pavilions inspired by my son, Joseph Singporewala and Modernist Architect, Leonard Manasseh.

More information and photos here:
http://www.singporewala.co.uk/archive/1105_joseph.html


 The artist was involved in the refurbishment and extension of Leonard Manasseh’s modernist Grade II* listed Rutherford School in Marylebone, London (now The King Solomon Academy). Karl’s pavilions have drawn inspiration from the bold geometric shapes of the main teaching block, assembly space and Leonard’s unrealised third building; the cylinder. Fusing this with the playfulness of Joseph Singporewala’s shape sorting toys, the pavilions aim to communicate on a metaphysical level.
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Joseph's Leonarvilions - Edition 10/25 Sculpture

Karl Singporewala ARB RIBA

United Kingdom

Sculpture, paper on Wood

Size: 24.8 W x 9.8 H x 8.3 D in

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Edition of 25. A set of three pavilions inspired by my son, Joseph Singporewala and Modernist Architect, Leonard Manasseh. More information and photos here: http://www.singporewala.co.uk/archive/1105_joseph.html The artist was involved in the refurbishment and extension of Leonard Manasseh’s modernist Grade II* listed Rutherford School in Marylebone, London (now The King Solomon Academy). Karl’s pavilions have drawn inspiration from the bold geometric shapes of the main teaching block, assembly space and Leonard’s unrealised third building; the cylinder. Fusing this with the playfulness of Joseph Singporewala’s shape sorting toys, the pavilions aim to communicate on a metaphysical level.

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Multi-paneled Sculpture:paper on Wood

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Size:24.8 W x 9.8 H x 8.3 D in

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Karl Singporewala ARB RIBA is an architect working internationally on buildings and sculpture from London, UK. Karl’s art work focuses on social well-being, emotions, human-scale and witnessing. Using Computer Aided Design, laser cutters, photo etching and 3D printers to communicate ideas, follies, symbolism and discourse, his output usually takes the form of a series of maquettes or scale architectural models. Karl was awarded 1st prize for excellence in art and architecture by visiting professors from Nagoya University, Japan and University of Seoul, South Korea in 2007 and voted the HIX art award People’s Choice winner in 2014. His art work also won the inaugural Royal West Academy Art Prize for a work by a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic artist at the 168th Autumn Exhibition in 2020.

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