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Displays


Rawthmells, the RSA’s 21st century enlightenment coffeehouse, is a place where Fellows and members of the public can encounter new and inspiring ideas.

Through a system of changing displays, coffeehouse guests will be exposed to the best new ideas from our Fellowship, stories from our archive, briefs and designs from the Student Design Awards, the work of the Royal Designers for Industry appointed each year and stories from our Research and Impact centre.

Changing displays in the Gerard Room, the first room as you enter the coffeehouse, place a spotlight on the innovative and interesting work of Fellows around the world.

Apply to display your project

Request to display your social change project in Rawthmells coffeehouse through our application form. 

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CURRENT FELLOW-LED PROJECTS ON DISPLAY


 

Peckham Lido

Studio Octopi, the architectural practice co-founded by Chris Romer-Lee FRSA is rebuilding Peckham Lido to create a space that embraced nature and welcomed it in.

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other PROJECTS ON DISPLAY


 

FFCC and Fork in the Road

As part of the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission, the team went on a bike tour to hear about the many, often invisible, facets of life in our rural communities.

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ENKI

Artist Ellen Mulcrone has hand-crafted this sculptural 'cocoon' to reflect and compliment the sensory experience of listening to a modern fable called 'Enki', written by Alex Lambie FRSA.

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