Atmos is a multidisciplinary art + architecture + design practice that works across scales and media, from small-scale product-design to large-scale master-plans. We specialise in bespoke private homes and public installations.
Adam Stark is a researcher, computer scientist and musician based in London. In 2011 he completed his Ph.D. at Queen Mary University of London on digital signal processing and audio analysis in live musical performances and installations.
Architainment Lighting is a specialist project lighting company working in the architectural and entertainment sectors across the UK. Architainment Lighting have kindly sponsored the LED lights for this project.
Imogen Heap is a british ecclectic, eccentric and innovative musician considered by some the epitome of a digital diva. Her talent spans from the craft of songwriting to elaborate live multi-instrumental improvisations, building on a unique voice, classical training and unusual tech-saviness.
John Nussey is a creative technologist based in London. His work covers many areas, including physical computing, creative coding, interaction design and product prototyping. John Nussey will be working with us on technology support for this project.
The Cutting Room has often partnered successfully with atmos. They have more than 18 years of CNC experience in the UK and world market, and provide an unparalleled service.
Makerversity is a work space for start-up making and manufacturing businesses, and applied learning opportunities. They kindly sponsored us with a space to build the 1st phase of the project.
A Masive thanks to the 60+ volunteers, we could not have done it without you.
Thanks to the Roundhouse for proving a wonderful venue for the installation.