Hyde + Hyde News – July

This month we took to the woods for some time away from the studio to work on a new competition in Finland. It was great to be in the open outdoors with the team, discussing and debating ideas and capturing the summer sunshine.

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“Come In We’re Hiring”

“Come In We’re Hiring”

We are looking for a RIBA Part 2 to join our team in South Wales, to work on a range of unique projects in our studio. From bespoke and prestigious single domestic residences to multiple housing, apartments, hotel and cultural art projects around the UK.

Candidate requirements:

Professional degree in Architecture with preferably experience working on RIBA work stag...

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Zumthor @ Serpentine

Serpentine Gallery – Park Nights

Peter Zumthor and Piet Oudolf with Fritz Hauser and Peter Conradin Zumthor
Friday 9th September 2011
On a warm September afternoon we found ourselves among a small gathering of people that had come to hear Peter Zumthor talk about his Summer Pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery. Piet Oudolf, a planting designer and expert horticulturalist was also present - to discuss the process of selecting ...

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The Fall of Man – Book Review for Made Journal

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The following book review by practice director Kristian Hyde was recently published in the Welsh School of Architecture Journal MADE.

"An international refereed architecture journal published by the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff. made reflects the Schools interest in physical making in architecture, crafting and joining, as well as the intellectual making of the discipline, its s...

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Research Tour – Berlin 2008

As part of its annual research study tour Hyde + Hyde architects travelled to Berlin to visit series of seminal works by architects such as Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Peter Behrens, Bruno and Max Taut, Erich Mendelsson, Hans Scharoun and Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Various urban developments and sensitive sites such as the 'topography of terror' was also visited.

Our focus: The tectonic......

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