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...
Planning has been achieved for our Petrichor House.
The home presents a phenomenological system that harnesses water from the sky as part of its natural condition and geographical position. It attempts to balance a pragmatic outlook with a deeply embedded metaphysical and poetic narrative of natural wildness. The project was also published by Laura Mark in the Architects Journal.
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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Award ceremony Serpentine Pavillion - Hyde Park
The studio is proud to announce that Cliff House has won the Royal Institute of British Architects National Award, the Royal Society of Wales Architecture Award. The project has also been short-listed for the National Eisteddfod of Wales Award and appeared in the Architects Journal and many online journals including the BBC News website.