Tom Emerson, Director of 6a Architects, on temporary pop- ups and Francis Alÿs

A patchwork of refined bricolage: the Cineroleum in Clerkenwell.

Source: Morley Von Sternberg

Homemade ice cream served from a counter finished in Formica marquetry in a former filling station welcomed us to the Cineroleum, the temporary cinema designed, built and run by a group of recent architecture and art school graduates in Clerkenwell, east London, this summer.

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