It’s been a busy few weeks at Reid Brewin Architects HQ – with plenty of visits to site, the arrival of new faces at our studios, and a number of CPD sessions with our friends across the world of building, construction, and design.

So, without further ado, here’s a little look at some of the highlights…

RBA colleagues collaborating across the channel

It’s not uncommon for members of the team — based in either Paris or London — to work on international architectural projects dotted all over the globe.

Here, our trilingual, London-based architect, Bruno Espinho, can be seen contributing to a laboratory project in France while working closely with the Parisian team. Bruno headed to the French capital last month to further his input on the development.

Inside Clerkenwell Design Week

Some of the team recently returned from the eagerly-anticipated Clerkenwell Design Week in London — showcasing exhibitions, installations, and events from emerging local practices, along with leading British and international brands.

Our colleagues left the two-day event feeling truly inspired, having witnessed lots of exciting trends appearing in the world of design.

Interesting reading

“I can now spot digital dazzle, camouflaging conceptual vacuity, at a distance of fifty feet from the monitor screen.”

Renowned American architect, James Wines, made the argument for hand drawing as a means for architectural representation in the ever-increasing digital era in a fascinating article for Architizer.

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