Lewis Jones and Paloma Strelitz: Assemble, Turner Prize Winners 2015
Chair: Rowan Moore
In 2015, London collective Assemble became the first architecture studio to receive the prestigious Turner Prize. Assemble – a team of 18 young architects and designers – won the award for their innovative Toxteth housing estate regeneration project. In this illustrated talk, Paloma Strelitz and Lewis Jones describe their collaborative approach as a multi-disciplinary collective working across architecture, design and art, and discuss their ongoing work, which includes their award-winning project.
Lewis Jones and Paloma Strelitz are founding members of Assemble, a Turner Prize-winning collective based in London who work across the fields of art, architecture and design.
Rowan Moore is architecture critic of the Observer and was named Critic of the Year at the UK press awards 2014. He is the author of Slow Burn City and Why We Build.