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Robin Snell and Partners
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Garsington Opera Pavilion, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Date built: 2012
photo : Marcus Dawes
Garsington Opera Pavilion – 30 Jun 2012
In the great English tradition of distrust of the new followed by rapid assimilation into permanency and subsequent listing, Garsington’s design concept is driven by the need for it to be a completely demountable ‘temporary’ structure. Although it is supposed to be taken down every autumn, the landowner likes it so much he already suggested leaving it in place after the first season.
Garsington Opera Pavilion High Wycombe – RIBA Awards winner, 2012.
Snell Associates Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Snell Associates, alphabetical:
Arnolfini – Bush House redevelopment, Bristol, southwest England, UK
Date built: 2005-
Arnolfini Gallery architects since 1999
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Snell Associates London – Practice Information
Architect studio based in London, England, UK
This architectural firm has since been renamed to Robin Snell and Partners
Not to be confused with Snell Architects based in Surry Hills, NSW, Australia.
According to this London architecture practice,
“Robin Snell and Bill Taylor formed their practice in 2011 and work from a studio in St John’s Wood, London. They have worked together since their time at Sheffield University School of Architecture, subsequently joining the office of Michael Hopkins, where they spent their formative years.”
source: architects office website aboutus page
Architect Practice led by Robin Snell, ex Hopkins architects
Robin Snell : Project Architect on Schlumberger and Glyndebourne Opera House for Michael Hopkins
image from architect
photo © Adrian Welch
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