Madeleine Kessler Architecture is an architecture, curation and urban design studio dedicated to designing joyful people-centred places that contribute positively to our planet. We work with complex urban sites to place community, craft and placemaking at the heart of design.
The studio has a wide range of experience ranging from exhibition, pavilion and cultural projects, to public realm, infrastructure and masterplanning. Our design practice explores architecture as a conversation about the city at every scale, and is enhanced by ongoing research into cities and public space through teaching, workshops and curation.
Current and recently completed projects include The Garden of Privatised Delights (British Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale); Hidden Half World (Oslo Architecture Triennale); Key-worker housing across rooftops in London (Skyroom); Foraged Fables (Museum of Architecture); and Forestation, a strategic proposal to rewild existing railway stations across the UK.