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CORD is a collaborative platform founded in 2016 by architect Germano Di Chello and artist David Rickard to combine architecture, art and research in order to produce innovative design solutions to projects large and small.
An emphasis is placed on research during the design of every project from the initial concept development through to detailed design. A thorough and ongoing investigation of each project's requirements is embraced to inform contextual and carefully crafted solutions.
Myriad (2016): Winner WW1 Centenary Memorial (2018) - Shortlisted Sousse & Bardo Memorial (2017) - Shortlisted Hive (2016): Shortlisted Filum (2015): Shortlisted
Full architectural service, Interior design, Feasibility, Concept design, Planning application, Technical drawings, Masterplanning
Myriad is an inhabitable sculpture that captures a wide and ever changing series of vistas from the spectacular surroundings, to create a dynamic multi-perspective collage that constantly shifts in relation to the visitors’ movement around and within the sculpture.
Public realm works including a new gateway, signage, lighting, seating and hard landscaping adjacent to the eastern boundary of Oxo Tower Wharf, enhancing visibility and permeability between the Oxo Tower Wharf courtyard and the Riverwalk.
World War I Centenary Memorial
The WW1 Centenary Memorial forms a circular stone monument within Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens. Set flush with the surrounding landscaping on all sides, the memorial’s stone surface gradually rises toward the centre until it steps up into a soaring spire that towers high above visitors.