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New Build home in New Zealand - a bach (pronounced batch) is a modest holiday home or beach house in New Zealand. Baches are an iconic part of the country's history and culture, where they symbolised the beach holiday lifestyle that was becoming more accessible.
Our design proposes a typical house form which is split and offset forming two wings - one used for sleeping and the other for living. The spaces offer different experiential qualities with the lower levels looking into the low level bush, the rear of...
The Science Gallery at King’s College is an extraordinary project that combines the innovative programme of the Science Gallery International with the research strengths and history of King’s College London.
Following our Stage 2 short-listing, and in response to London Festival of Architecture's call for improvements to the Thessaly Railway Bridge underpass in Wandsworth, we proposed the tallest periscope in London at the Ascalon St. entrance of the underpass, balanced by a Camera Obscura/Kaleidoscope at the St. George’s School entrance. These powerful markers were to be combined with tiled friezes by fine artist, Mary Evans, within the underpass and complimented by enhanced lighting, elegant decorative tile accents and a sequence of directional floor markers between Ascalon St. and Corunna St.