Planning permission has been received for our Compluvium House. Formed around the principles and classical proportions of a Roman villa; a central impluvium collects the rainwater harvested by the compluvium above - the ‘eyelashes’ of the building.
A nurtured narrative of harnessing the predictability of the Welsh weather creates an inner world rich in atmosphere.
This month we received planning for a refurbishment and radical addition to a 1870 townhouse in the heart of an Oxford conservation area.
Inspired by the Gothic revival style of the existing townhouse, the addition is an exploration of ornament expressed using a quatrefoil tectonic tile. These tiles configure the façade with an intelligent play of motif; communicating built meaning through...
Hyde + Hyde have been shortlisted in a high-profile competition for a hillside housing development on the Faroe Islands.
The studio was the only UK architecture practice among the 23 multidisciplinary teams which were shortlisted from more than 140 submissions to the programme.
The studio visited the town of Runavík in the Faroe Islands as part of a collaborative workshop.
The studio has been busy working on an international competition in Scandinavia, progressing ideas and creating an ‘architecture of light’ for a new museum.
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Practice Director Kristian Hyde was invited to take part in the judging process for the World Architecture Awards 'House of the Year'.
The jury session took place on 1st October at Alfred Place close to London’s West End. The judges were looking for architects who continue to push the creative envelope by designing sustainable single-family houses. A balance between innovation, efficien...