The perfect fit – how to craft architecture with a contemporary tailored cut, to sit comfortably alongside more classic lines. Haute couture, French for “high sewing” or “high dressmaking” or “high fashion” refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing. Haute couture is made to order for a specific customer, and it is usually made… Read More The Dress Box
Here are some analytical 3d diagrams of the Dress Box.
The Dress Box – a Hipstamatic preview.
The Dress Box ceiling takes shape – a bespoke arrangement of sliding clothes rails, made up from polished stainless steel poles suspended below LED light sheets, which activate with movement. These luminous fins travel across the ceiling between white jesmonite panels, which will house additional iGuzzini spotlights, and recessed speakers.
Some pictures of one of our latest projects: The Gardener’s Retreat is a two storey extension to a workshop building, on a large private estate. It houses secure stores for sensitive material, with a tightly controlled humidity and temperature range, meeting and office rooms reached across a timber bridge, and wc / tea point facilities.… Read More The Gardener’s Retreat
The Glass has arrived, and work begins on internal linings. The box is enclosed in super-insulating glass, with UV filters to cut out solar gain.
“Couture is an expression of Art” One of our clients has been involved in the fashion industry for many years, and has become an aficionado of style – building up an extensive collection of haute couture dresses. These are one-off pieces by top international designers including Christian Lacroix, Ricardo Tissi and Karl Lagerfeld, as worn… Read More The Dress Box
An enticing hipstamatic preview of one of our recent projects. The Gardener’s Retreat / Delicate Objects Repository – an intricately detailed and carefully crafted addition to an existing building, with full temperature and humidity control. A timeless arrangement of green oak, concrete, steel, copper, and glass.
Some pictures of one of our recently completed projects, in Green oak, concrete, and glass.… Read More From SketchUp to BuiltUp