20 metre high party landmark at Glastonbury Festival
A floating, rocking and rolling seed pod that can be inhabited and played with by willing humans.
Tabitha has been the creative director of this festival within a festival since 2013 and it has been a big and special part of her life.
Art studio for my sculptor sister at the bottom of her garden, which she (mostly) built herself.
Workshop in the woods with 20 students from Shumacher college and Plymouth University to create a place to gaze at the stars in a clearing at Dartington estate, Devon.
Winner of Tribeca Film Festival Storyscapes award for best interactive work, 2015. Door Into The Dark is an immersive documentary experience about what it means to be lost.
Refurbishment of a grade II listed building into a boutique hotel. Tabitha produced the drawings for planning consent and listed building approval.
Immersive audio art installation by Caitlin Shepard at Somerset House as part of their Utopia season 2016.
Public dining table permanently installed on Walthamstow Marsh, East London.
Re-usable timber framed building designed by Tabitha Pope and Tommy Hickman.
Refurbishment of a cattle barn into a teaching kitchen and spaces for children to learn about organic farming.
The theme of the field was Save the Oceans, so we built a giant fishing trawler to highling the problems of large scale industrial fishing.
3 days, 20 participants, 1 beautiful woodland in wales. No brief. Just respond to the site and MAKE, together.
Explorations in designing with reclaimed and waste materials, from 2007 to 2011.