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Vex is a curved, fluted concrete house in Stoke Newington. It’s also an unusual collaboration between the architects and musician/composer Scanner.


Music and architecture both take as their starting point Eric Satie’s ‘Vexations’ – a looping, repetitive piano work which lasts around 18 hours in continuous performance.


The building is a three-storey studio house with top floor living spaces and a roof terrace accessed via a glazed roof pavilion.


The music/sound will be fully integrated within and around the building.


In 2014 we were invited to make a sound and architecture installation in Palazzo Mora as part of the 2104 Venice Biennale.





News: Vex on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Music Matters’





Vex – new concrete house in London