The Olympic’s have passed with great success, the sport was of course the catalyst, but the Architecture and Landscape provided the setting for games. Without exceptional facilities and organisation an event such as this, serving so many would indeed be doomed to failure or subject to lots of complaints. Until you visit site […]
We have an account on Pinterest here which is a great tool for collating visual imagery and for mood boards and the like. When we designed the recent Eco House in Ealing we created a Moodboard of images we liked as inspiration, a very quick and effective tool for any designer, view it here. […]
The first section of new modern fence screen that is designed to hide an ‘ugly’ concrete wall – at our scheme in Islington. These were taken a little while ago but shows the screen under construction – then the finished article. Think they look pretty neat and the bespoke metal […]
Worrying in certain respects that its taken until now for someone to say or do anything about this, but its a good thing that is been publicised never the less. I remember when graduating there was a distinct lull in work and its was extremely difficult to find a placement. I did all […]
The 100ha Gardens by the Bay in Singapore took the top prize at this year’s World Architecture Festival, winning the accolade ‘World Building of the Year’.
Architect Fletcher Priest has won the LI’s High Line for London ideas competition with a proposal for a mushroom farm under Oxford Street.
Check out this project by Adam E. Anderson from , called Metabolic Tectonic: Terraforming Waste. It sets out a theory of Neo Nature in that as geological forces we make a visual marks on earth and create our own geology. There is a download of the entire thesis work that has some intriuging images. […]
That is an extraordinary amount but maybe not surprising, I suppose its an obvious high risk location whatever was built after 9-11 water features or not. So if its 12+5 where would the other 43 Million go to?? Security is part of this modern world, I wonder if we will […]