On the 27th of October 2021, at CIVA Brussels, we will participate in the third Practices in Research seminar, as part of ‘In Practice’, “a platform for architecture practices at the heart of research through lectures, seminars and books.’
Exploring tone of two themes, ‘cartographies’, presented to a variety or participants, we will explain our work visually via a collection of references, projects and interests.
We thank ‘In Practice’ and the organising committee for the invitation to participate.
A planning application is currently being completed for the creation of 2 new residential dwellings, within the grounds of an existing South London home. The project and construction methods are driven by the retention and consideration of an area populated with mature trees.
Works are nearing completion in the creation of 2 family dwellings in Wavre, Belgium. The first, a refurbishment is now inhabited, with the second, a newly constructed building due for completion this Summer.
Works to form a new Brussels studio for the artist Laure Prouvost are nearing completion, with the building now closed and works focussing on external elements.
Works to the envelope of the second of two family homes is now underway, with the closure of the envelope of the building scheduled by the end of the year.
Works to form the roof of an artist’s atelier are now underway, with the closure of envelope of the building scheduled for completion by the end of the year.
Works are underway in the creation of a small extension to a dwelling, in the Scottish Highlands, located within the same site as a recently completed painter’s studio.
Construction of the structural frame of the second of two family dwellings, in the Belgian city of Namur, has commenced.
Works to complete the outer envelope of the first of two family dwellings, in the Belgian city of Namur, has reached completion.
Works are underway to refurbish existing facades on one or two houses. The new, insulated, facade comprises of a new masonry skin, with openings that correspond directly to existing window openings as well as the existing face of the building, the intention to explicitly reveal the original and non-original elements.