Open House 2019

21 September 2019 - 22 September 2019

12- 5pm both days

Trinity Buoy Wharf


Trinity Buoy Wharf opens its doors to general public as part of Open House 2018, providing a chance to see and explore amazing architecture and art in our unique riverside location.

Highlights of the weekend include:

Photography exhibition by Jon Baker:

  • Both days 12pm- 5pm

Craft workshops at The Prince's Foundation studios 12- 4pm:

  • Saturday 21st September 2019: stonemasonry 
  • Sunday 22nd September 2019: sewing sessions

Faraday Cage installation by Fitzrovia Noir both days 12- 5pm:

  • Born 65 years apart, Michael Faraday and Nikola Tesla revolutionised the generation and harnessing of electricity in the 19th Century. This sonic interface melds two of their greatest creations, the Faraday Cage to contain power and the Tesla Coil to create it. Through vocal input this project captures Poplar's vast array of accents, dialects and languages, output as 'sparked signatures' of people's voice patterns. Titled 'This Mortal Coil' a quote from Hamlet's soliloquy, this references artist Garry Hunter meeting engineer Nicolaj 'Dzl' Møbius at The Click Festival in Elsinore, Denmark, the catalyst for the them working together at Roskilde University's FabLab, with valued ongoing development support from Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust and City of Westminster's Create Church Street Fund.

Sculpture exhibition by Dom Fox

  • Both days 12-5pm

Open studios:

  • Artyface mosaic making studio: both days 12-5pm
  • Kathinka Adams designer studio: both days 12-5pm

Guided site tour:

  • Saturday 21st September 12.30pm: meet by the Lighthouse

Andrew Baldwin’s kinetic sculpture park:

  • Both days 12- 5pm

Longplayer installation in the Lighthouse:

  • Both days 12- 5pm


The Orchard Cafe and Fat Boy's Diner will be open both days.

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