Sunday, 16 May 2010


The material composition is as important as the surface its self. My architecture seeks to create plains of disequilibrium, which engage the user thus generating a tactile relationship. One way in which I have done this is by softening this predominately concrete structure with timber. An example of this is the concrete bookcases that are lined to produce elegance between type and composition of material. It is materials occupancy within architecture that creates moments between user and structural design; it is these relationships I sort to progress.