Cubic Interactive are proud to be involved in this years 10 x 10 auction which is taking place later this month.
The 10 x 10 London drawing weekend which took place in September, saw 100 architects, designers and artists come together to create 100 pieces of artwork. We have been following the event for the past few years and it has been great to see so many of our clients participating.
Annually a different aspect of London is chosen with this year focusing on the south London district of Brixton. Vibrant, full of history and with a rich cultural diversity, Brixton has played an integral part in shaping the city. Titled ‘The 100 Translated Spaces in Brixton’, the idea of the theme was “to concentrate on human interaction rather than the built environment portraying the cultural differences, heritage and human adaptation to the environment according to their lifestyle”
Working with leading architectural charity, Article 25, the works will be exhibited and auctioned off later this month at a special fundraising evening held at the RIBA’s headquarters in Portland Place, the online auction opens on 14 November. We are really excited to be attending and to get the opportunity to see some amazing creations up close, we will certainly be making a few bids as well!
Since 2011, Article 25 have held an auction with the artwork of architects, designers and artists capturing a unique aspect of London. The proceeds from the 10×10 London auction allows Article 25 to continue its work in the world’s most vulnerable communities. The charity undertakes construction projects in some of the world’s poorest countries, building much-needed facilities, working closely together with local communities to design and construct sustainable buildings like schools, health clinics, and training centres.
For regular updates, Follow the event on Facebook and Twitter #10x10Brixton.