Thanks to Pierre d’Avoine and Colette Sheddick of Unit 14 at The Cass for an enjoyable day critiquing their fourth and fifth year students’ work.
Our Selleney project is featured in today’s Times as an example of how to successfully re-design your home in the wake of the stamp duty hike, which has started a trend for ’empty-nesters’ to re-configure their homes in place of down-sizing.
The Chelsea Society have published an engaging article in their Annual Report by their former Honorary Secretary for Planning, Terrance Bendixson, in which he examines our Old Church Street project in detail and explains how he went from opposer to supporter of the design.
Our recently completed new build family house in the country, Selleney, has been featured on ArchDaily.
TDO’s Selleney, an ambitious new build contemporary family home, has recently completed. See more here.
We are delighted to have been selected by the Architecture Foundation for publication in New Architects 3, described as the definitive survey of Britain’s best emerging practices.
The well regarded quarterly Brick Bulletin has published an article entitled ‘Shock of the New’ about our Old Church Street project in its latest edition.
TDO Partner Doug Hodgson and the other Year 2 Design Fellows at Cambridge University, gave a multi-authored talk to the Porto School of Architecture (FAUP), each presenting how a recent architectural project was translated from ideas to artefacts, through the production of drawings.
TDO worked with Fiona Barratt Interiors on the design for their recently completed studio and showroom, occupying a vast disused post office sorting house in Central London. See more here.