Brookes Stacey Randall, London, England, Building, English Design Studio, Project, Info
Brookes Stacey Randall Architects
Contemporary British Architecture Practice, UK Design Studio Information, Europe
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Brookes Stacey Randall – Key Projects
Major Development by this British architecture practice:
Ballington Bridge over River Stour, Sudbury, Suffolk, southeast England, UK
Date built: 2003
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In 2003 the two partners at this UK architecture office decided to pursue different routes.
Professor Michael Stacey is based at the University of Nottingham.
“Michael Stacey views design as a process of collaboration, based on the experience of the participants, which is fuelled by research. The construction and manufacturing industry is a creative resource to engage with. The practice has used three-dimensional digital models since 1989 to fully describe and understand the design intent. Our approach is to directly engage with the means and methods of construction, and control the process in detail. The practice works with the Making Architecture Research Studio [studioMARS] at the University of Nottingham, which is lead by Michael Stacey and thus has access to cutting edge research.”
Nik Randall is based at Space Craft Architects.
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