St George’s Chapel occupies the most important historic square in Great Yarmouth, England and forms a significant piece of Georgian town planning – a testament to the civic pride of an 18th century community.
Museum wins top UK Wood Award
Announcement of the UK Wood Awards is always a highlight on the international design scene, and the top ‘gong’ for 2014 went to a small but very complex museum project.
Rusticated pine skin wraps two elevations
The Elliott Ripper house in the inner-west Sydney suburb of Rozelle presented an appropriately simple and direct extrapolation of an existing archetypal form within a sustainably modest footprint.
This contemporary and deceptively simple makeover of an old barn in The Netherlands is a dream come true.
A beacon of excellence at Scotland’s tip
An iconic tourist destination that narrowly missed winning ‘Britain’s ugliest building’ prize has been transformed to critical acclaim.
Solid and engineered pine feature strongly in an award-winning new work at The Dowse Art Gallery in New Zealand’s Hutt City.
Old candy factory ‘unwrapped’
This project involved the creative adaptation of a rendered brick industrial warehouse building into a unique family home.