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2D to 3D

Our students @ku_archland have been exploding Pieter de Hooch paintings into 3D models, exploring depth and developing an understanding between cause and effect. 1:20 model by Oli, Gyorgi and Enoch.

2018 for 31/44 Image

2018 for 31/44

On site this year, a house in Oregon, USA. Working with the language of the American timber frame to create a family home on a steep, wooded site.

2018 for 31/44 Image

2018 for 31/44

On site this year, an end of terrace house in London.

2018 for 31/44 Image

2018 for 31/44

On site this year, Four Columns, London. A collection of four houses around a shared yard.

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Lewerentz’s Almhöjden from Asplund’s Woodland Crematorium, Stockholm, Winter 2017. WB.

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When in Berlin

A long overdue visit to the Neues Museum. Old by Stüler, Neues by David Chipperfield.

When in Berlin Image

When in Berlin

Last week we were in Berlin for AREA with the @ArchReview and WAF. We had a lesson in how to turn corners courtesy of Schinkel and Chipperfield.

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The Architectural Review

Red House is shortlisted for the 2017 AR Emerging Architecture Prize and it’s in the @ArchReview !

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Teaching Practice: The Deep City

Models of deep (perforate) blocks in London, Amsterdam and Ghent made by our students @KU_Arch_Land   

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Model study for a house in Oregon, USA. A lot of timber, a few bricks and just a tiny bit of concrete (we couldn’t help it).

Quiet neighbours Image

Quiet neighbours

Well mannered neighbour for a street in south London. #nofussornothing

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Work in progress (/it’s changed already…)

Facade study: mortar slurried brick, concrete and terrazzo

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AR Emerging Architecture 2017

We are excited, shocked and humbled that Red House has been shortlisted as one of 15 global projects for the @ArchReview 2017 Emerging Architecture Award.  #didntseethatcoming

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We are researching Ghent for our autumn study trip with our students and studio team. Looking forward to seeing LOD Ballet Production Studios by deVVT.

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No.49 getting its medals on. #leftabitdownabit Photo by @ournewhouse

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The Deep City

We’ve had our heads down preparing our teaching studio @KU_Arch_Land Our teaching is going to be closely aligned with our working practise and recurring themes. We’re looking forward to getting started. #preachwhatyoupractise  

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Digging a hole for ourselves

Is there such a thing as a bottoming-out ceremony? Excavation complete for Redchurch & Whitby. #downdowndeeperanddown

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Working process: model for a barn conversion in East Anglia.

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Park House Garden

Earlier this week we visited the new residents of Park House to see how they were all settling in. The planting is beginning to feel like a real garden.

Work in Progress Image

Work in Progress

Small model of a (quite) large house in Oregon.

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Making an entrance

In progress: model of a barn conversion, Norfolk. OK, we need a door.

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Everything all at once.

We’ve been assembling some unedited sketchbook pages to describe our design process for a possible publication. This one’s for our students @KU_Arch_Land #practicewhatwepreach

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Good Neighbours

We’re on @Arch_Today , honoured to be snuggled between Sir David Chipperfield, BIG and Farshid Moussavi.

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Diamond in the rough

Model of a faceted house in an Arts and Crafts suburb that twists in response to the street and its neighbours.  #yeahIknowweneedtotidyup

New site. Image

New site.

It’s a moving target.

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Looking Up

We were at the @RIBA party last night held @SerpentineUK to celebrate all 49 @RIBA National Award winners. (No. 49 has one!)

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Red House

It’s a bit less red on the inside.

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Columns by Nash & Lasdun

Enjoyable choice of meeting venue this morning. Lasdun’s Royal College of Physicians, 1964, looking across to St Andrew’s Place, John Nash, 1823.

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Red House

Red House is in this week’s @ArchitectsJrnal and online. Thanks to Jay Merrick for such an entertaining write-up. Axo!

40 Years Old Image

40 Years Old

Still got it, hey Georges? (31/44 were briefly in 33.)

Losers 03 Image

Losers 03

The Studios would expand creating a new fragment of city at the scale of infrastructure, stretching towards the river and a new city park…

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Losers 02

The market would support the creative studios centred around a Kunsthal.

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