through ‘adaptation and re-use,’ we design at all scales, from spatial concepts to the tactility of the detail – sensitively, sustainably, efficiently
we have put material experimentation at the fore of our practice, researching and incorporating new and traditional materials and technological processes as well as re-purposing existing materials. Adapting pre-existing elements and forms is a core part of our ethos; both as part of an environmental consciousness as well our commitment to the organic and material creations of space.
We are interested in the way we collectively use space, examining the role of architecture and its impact on society and culture through the sites and spaces it creates. Charles has been developing a series of fictional spaces that emerge out of the coincidence of landscape and architecture, drawing from history, through a series of adaptions and transformations, these Topographical Fictions are adaptable propositions, across scale, site and nature, for public, collective and reflective spaces.