KAPOK is a transdisciplinary design practice, established by architects Claire Karsenty and Robert Slinger, dealing with questions of identity and orientation in the contemporary city. We operate within the fields of architecture, urban design and public art, our projects enabling people to re-read their built environment, provoking new, previously unimagined ways of using the spaces around them.
Flexibility, multiplicity and superposition
Minimum means producing maximum effects
Reciprocity of scales
Identity and appropriation
Modes of Engagement
Understanding and helping articulate needs desires and aspirations
The creativity of collaboration