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Collective Works is a network-based design studio in East London. The office is led by partners Alasdair Dixon, Khuzema Hussain and Siri Zanelli who combine their own skills with that of a group of collaborators. For each project a tailor-made team is assembled based on the client's specific needs. By operating across a multitude of disciplines the practice aims to divert the traditional model of practice and establish a more collaborative and flexible approach to design.
Full architectural service, Interior design, Feasibility, Concept design, Planning application, Renders & CGIs, Technical drawings, Masterplanning
Extension of rural property on Oslo Fjord
We completed a 100 m2 timber extension on a stunning rural property which looks out over the Oslo fjord. The design bar was set high as our client is an interiors photographer and had a very specific vision for how the property, inside and out, should look.
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