Taking Root installed
Since Spring 2011 local residents and visitors to Camden Arts Centre have been working with erect architecture and artist Ashley McCormick to explore the conditions of the wild edges of the Camden Arts Centre in order to develop interventions which will enable new ways of looking, learning and being in this space.
 
The installations resulting from this engagement are now in place: 
Looking On draws the visitor into the wild space. It focuses on details but also slowly connects the café level with the upper wilder level of the garden.
 
'Danger - Keep Out' re-appropriates the existing barriers to the wild edges, changing the relationship between the visitor and the wild spaces into a more ambiguous one.

The ‘Hide’ provides a space for seeing (hearing, smelling, touching) whilst unseen. 
Grassroots Play in the Guardian
The Guardian's daily feature on social enterprises today features Grassroots Play, frequent collaborators of erect architecture. Grassroots have recently started an initiative to create free playspaces throughout England and are working along side erect architecture to design these outdoor builds.
South Norwood Hill Children's Centre wins RIBA Award
The South Norwood Hill Children's Centre at Cypress Schools won a London Award at the RIBA Regional Awards 2012. erect architecture are thrilled with our second year of RIBA cupcakes, and would like to thank the whole Children's Centre team: Cypress Schools (Client); Built Engineers (SE); Hilife Construction (contractor); Austen Associates (ME); Huntley Cartwright (Project Manager); WSS Construction Consultants (CDM).
Kilburn Grange Park featured in new publication
erect architecture's Kilburn Grange Park Adventure Playground is featured in 'Playground Design' published by Braun and edited by Michelle Galindo.