In a week that saw the roof come off The Block Glasshouse, and let the light in, we are onto another project, where we are excavating a multistorey reno with robot dinosaurs....... well, Ok, mini remote control excavators. Amazing that in this confined space, the job can be done remotely and quickly....... looking forward to seeing the results! The magic of these machines is the stuff of boyhood imaginings, and brings magic to the buildings we work on, its in
The excitement level at Brenchley Architects this week, is super high, as we have been working on a project that is aking to lego for grown ups! The sketch pictured is for a proposed commercial fitoutin an existing high bay warehouse using shipping containers, stacked and transversing in to walkways and voids that create a useable, and ultimately low impact and removable space.
The brief required a flexible creative space for sole traders and small businesses to use
Walter Richmond Butler authour of Modern Architectural Design and the Architecture of Healthy Home, published in 1902 was one of a generation of English architects who were trained in an era when the Anglo-Catholic architectural philosophies of A. W. N. Pugin and the moral aesthetic ideals of John Ruskin were still severed and the might of the industrial age was scorned. Architecture was inspired by the theories of the Arts and Crafts and buildings were intended to be whol