Archive for January, 2012

SpacePlace of the Week – cafe culture

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

At this time of year its nice to dream of the warm evening sun on your back, enjoying a cup of Lavazza  with friends in a busy Italian square. This image of a square in Treviso captures the best on life in the edge somewhere between inside and outisde.

SpacePlace of the Week – The Wabi Sabi Shed

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

The Wabi Sabi Shed

Last year I had the privilege of being shown round an elderly gentleman’s shed. It was one of the most interesting and evocative spaces I have ever been in. There was a life time of memories and ‘man stuff’, the light filtered gently through the treasured clutter and there was the small of peace – This was Wabi Sabi at its best. A quality we should all aspire to achieve in our place making.

SpacePlace of the week

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Each week we are going to upload an image of a space or place that captures the qualities and delight we believe make architecture great. Our launch image shows the house built by director Paul Bulkeley when he was growing up in Africa. Building our own home is something every child dreams of and a lucky few adults get to fully realise. Paul is lucky enough to have done it twice –  several degrees in architecture bringing notable improvements!

My first dream home

My first dream home

Practice Profile Released

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Architects, Snug Projects have recently unveiled their new practice profile in time for the New Year. The profile is a single PDF document that can be downloaded from the link below. It will provide you with a good overview of the practice, our philosophy and a limited overview of our portfolio. Should you want to know more, or want a physical copy of the profile please feel free to contact the office. The link to the electronic profile is…Snug Practice Profile Book 2012

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