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World Architecture · 08. March 2019
The other day I came across an article about off the grid houses around the globe and it made it obvious that one question to ask when starting to plan a sustainable or even off the grid home is what is your surrounding climate like and how many windows do you 'really' need? Total common-sense, right?! Well, that might be but in our choice heavy times we often have too many windows and technologies available, like air conditioning units, often allow us to ignore or overlook some of those things
World Architecture · 28. September 2018
Slowly but surely the summer is disappearing and I came across some of my holiday sketches and thought I share some thoughts with you. Brutalism, what can I say, I guess this is a bit out there but I am a fan, there, I said it, but maybe you gathered that already and are not surprised at all! Many people feel that the raw concrete used on brutalist buildings creates a disturbingly naked appearance that is unfinished, cold and not exactly easy on the eye. Fair enough. In my opinion though ...

World Architecture · 24. August 2018
About 4 and a half years ago I started working on this amazing project as part of the architects team at Wilkinson Eyre which will add a landmark to the skyline of Toronto. Location wise it sits directly opposite Union Station, pictured above. My team and I were first of all looking after the design and detailing of the facades and tower core. This impressive project is now under construction, ...
World Architecture · 10. August 2018
Busily working on various tower proposals in the UK and abroad at the moment - tall buildings are clearly one way to tackle the population increase in big cities. With more and more people relocating to metropolitan areas high rise provide dense inner-city development. And the efficient use of limited space does not just make sense economically.