"Culturally we're very different - we work very well when we stumble upon the looser connections."
"Our approach is to think of design as being positively bi-polar - simultaneously thinking of the micro and the macro to reach structures that are very rich. By considering the components of any design very early we're able to come up with organic designs where small elements can inform the larger form.
"We don't pursue the idea of having a masterstroke for the shape of a building that informs the inside. We start thinking smaller and allow a larger shape to come out of this. 'Form out of process' is the key.
2) How we move around this city in the future as pedestrians and cyclists - and not as a motorcar
|Eleven Brindley Place, Glenn Howells Architects|
|The Savill Building Windsor Great Park|
|The Savill Building, Glenn Howell Architects|
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Dubai, Glenn Howells Architects
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