Belford Communications joined clients Finkernagel Ross Architects on Thursday 4th June at the launch of their 1:1 installation, as part of the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
This is the second-year running that the young Shoreditch-based practice has exhibited, after last year's Camera Obscura which attracted record numbers of visitors. 

As a participating member of RIBA Open Studios the practice also opened it's doors to the public on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th June. 

The 1:1 model is a section of a critical element of one of their current projects, a light-weight glass pavilion attached to a Grade II listed house in Hampstead. 

The aim of our contribution to this year’s London Festival of Architecture is to bring the visitor into the realm of architectural practice.
Our exhibit focuses on a relatively modest project as a case study which highlights the processes of historic and contextual research we undertake, the way in which our design evolves and the novel methods we deploy to explore and test our designs, implementing these through the delivery process.
— Felix Finernagel