Central to the practice and teaching are the ideas and values of the Scottish Polymath Sir Patrick Geddes (generalist thinker and educationalist; 1854-1932). The practice ethos belongs firmly to the Scottish tradition established by Geddes in terms of principles, approaches and working methods. In doing so the work seeks to interpret the interface between practice, research and teaching. The generalist approach encourages a broad spectrum of work from single dwelling houses, arts projects to urban studies developed along Geddesian lines of enquiry.
- Working on a site section graphic/3D model for the upcoming @royal_scottish_academy exhibition. We plan on showcasing our latest complete project, 'Le Mazot' - House at Balcraig Scone. Perthshire.Exciting news! We will be part of the team representing Scotland at the international exhibition: The Venice Bienalle. Collaborating with local school children, the practice will bring Scotland's Year of Young People to the prestigious cultural world event. The team is being led by the brilliant @waveparticleglasgow in collaboration with @arcdessco #happenstance18 #scotland #architecture #venicebiennale2018 #perthvennels