Snug Projects was joined by Mike Worthington this month. Mike has returned from completing his Part II at Cardiff and joins Snug as a full time member of the team.
Month: July 2007
Two of the final year students on the Civil Engineering with Architecture course, tutored by Snug Projects, were amongst the five finalists in the New Forest Tree House Competition. The competition was run by the Solent Centre for Architecture and Design.
Snug has entered two house designs for the RIBA HOUSE competition in Bradford. The strategy was to create an affordable two bedroom house that allowed a first time buyer to add value and sell on. The second was for the conversion of an existing victorian house into a ‘home for life’. The designs pushed forward… Read more »
Snug Projects director Paul Bulkeley has been entered for the S.E.T Awards, Lecturer of the Year, for work undertaken with final year Civil Engineering with Architecture student, Criag Irvine. The work related to the design for a zero carbon out of town office building. The project involved a fully integrated solution to carbon neutrality. The… Read more »
We are pleased to announce our registration with the Green Register as part of our ongoing commitment to sustainable design and construction. We seek to actively facilitate clients who share this concern.
The Kilometer Tower was just that, 1km high. The design was our entry to the international 06 Skyscraper competion. The project was developed in conjunction with students at the University of Southampton. What makes the building unique is its inverted structural solution. Five ‘Gerkin’ size pods are suspended in tension from the ETFE clad exo-skeleton…. Read more »
This month we have been leading a team of eleven students from the University of Southampton on a three week charity project to India. The project involves the construction of a leprosy village in the South Indian town of Dharmapuri. We are now in the process of masterplaning the next village and preparing a design… Read more »
Thinking outside the box is important to how we do architecture. This blog is a record of this process.