• The Grand Entrance Hall, Brunel Museum / Tate Harmer

    Designed when he was a teenager, with his father Marc Brunel, Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s very first project - the Thames Tunnel, spanning 396m underwater - was a world first. Celebrated with underground fairs and banquets before being converted for steam trains, its entrance shaft has lain inaccessible and unused for more than 150 years. Now, thanks to a new entrance and staircase by Tate Harmer, it is welcoming revellers once again

  • TREExOFFICE, Shoreditch

    A pop-up office has been created under a tree in Hoxton Square by Tate Harmer, challenging preconceptions of what an office should be.