MultiPly, the carbon-neutral, modular wooden pavilion made entirely of American tulipwood that was the star of the London Design Festival, will have a new incarnation and a temporary home in South Crescent on London’s Store Street as part of a collaboration with New London Architecture.
Six of the 17 modules of the original structure have been moved from their first home at the V&A and be rebuilt in front of The Building Centre for NLA’s exhibition 'Factory-made Housing: a solution for London?'
"MultiPly is a bold and exciting demonstration of how innovative modular systems can be combined with sustainable materials, such as American tulipwood, to provide a much-needed solution to housing delivery in London,” says Lucie Murray, Senior Programme Curator at NLA. “This is the perfect tie-in to the current New London Architecture exhibition, Factory-made Housing: a solution for London? And we are delighted to bring the installation from the V&A to the crescent outside of The Building Centre for our audience to explore in the coming weeks.”