We’re amid our ‘summer season’ here at Reid Brewin Architects, as our London and Paris studios make the most of their freedom and the sunny weather with some well-earned time off.

And, although we’re running at somewhat partial capacity while the school holidays remain in full-swing, we have been no-less-busy, here is a handful of our highlights.

Red carpet treatment on an ongoing data center project. 

Co-founder Adrian Brewin captured photographs of the development which features a large-scale greenhouse, the Stade de France is even visible from the structure — also heated by one of our data centers!

A vineyard with a difference

RBA architect Alexandra Hurd took in the splendour of the Antinori nel Chianti Classico in Tuscany on her recent travels.

Integrated into the surrounding hillside, the winery was designed by Marco Casamonti, founding partner of Marco Casamonti & Partners / Archea Associati, with the goal of unifying the state-of-the-art production facilities and aesthetics with the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. And what a result!

Why the environment matters to Adrian Brewin

Our co-founder took part in industrial waste shredder specialist, UNTHA UK’s Q&A to talk about all-things-sustainability. Catch up on the full article, here.

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