Innovative, Young, Awarding Winning Practice - Seeks Architects Part III, II and I
Innovative practice exploring the collision of digital technology and craft seeks architects with a similar interest to help produce beautiful buildings in innovative ways.
On our book shelf: Carlo Scarpa, The Boat Building Manual, Ornament: The Politics of Architecture and Subjectivity, The Art of Japanese Joinery, Programming The Raspberry Pi
On our desk: A venus flytrap, An HTC Vive, a wikihouse joint, designs for a contemporary sedan chair / office pod, 360 camera
In our past: Buildings that we built as well as designed, Helsinki Wood Course, Geoffrey Bawa, Building with driftwood on a small island off the coast of Canada, A 3 bedroom treehouse on Grand Designs, A chapel set in the orchard where Laurie Lee scrumped apples.
Our present: Virtual Reality has revolutionised our practice, designing a treehouse hotel, an auditorium built from steel and timber inside a cotswold stone threshing barn, Linking people who want to build their own home directly with landowners - cutting out the developer and creating better homes, a friendly and collaborative office environment, a flat management structure.
Where we hope to be in 3 years time: Continue to design and oversee highly crafted buildings designed using cutting edge technology, challenge the house building industry with a new model for creating well designed homes, A highly collaborative team of engaged individuals wanting to produce better architecture.
Please send CV and Portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. If portfolio is greater than 5MB please send via a download service or link to your website if applicable.
In your covering email please include a few sentences with your thoughts on innovation within the profession of architecture. This might be a project you have worked on or an idea you have had to help improve the way architects work.
Closing date 5pm 16th October 2017