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We make spaces that connect communities to the natural environment, developing designs closely with end-users and for self-builders. Our projects make the most of existing or readily-available materials, arranging these with care to make playful and beautiful structures.


An outdoor classroom to support an ongoing ecological restoration project by providing meeting and teaching space for visitors and volunteers

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Building a timber shelter with volunteers over four days, using whole polycarbonate sheets and strapping blocks on top of reclaimed sleepers

Teaching design and deconstruction to young people, dismantling a shed and building furniture out of its catalogued components


Covered, light-filled tiered seating made for hosting lessons, meetings and lunches

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Elevations, axonometric views and diagrams to make the construction process clear and simple

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A circle bar with fabric walls and roof

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Filling gabion baskets with waste building aggregate, to pin the structure down without permanent foundations whilst also providing a good habitat for little critters

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Cataloguing the components from two derelict horse sheds

Working with a community garden to build new spaces


Two shells of tiered seating, offset at a slight angle to one another in order to open views up towards the land


Opal polycarbonate keeps out the rain, lets in the light without the heat, and nods to greenhouse vernacular


Building an enclosure on a forest floor

Reusing the sleepers from the old foundations of an existing yurt


Notched rafters form a strong roof structure, keeping the space column-free for active school children

Reusing metal skids and rubber mats reclaimed from dismantled horse sheds as foundations for a new structure

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