We are a Nottingham based architectural and design consultancy specialising in a wide range of commercial, residential, public and ecclesiastical projects.
To satisfy our clients needs by providing top quality functional designs within a limited space.
Architecture design is a scientific and artistic principle of developing structures and comprehending different structure materials and types. Generally the architect works in coordination with the internal and external environment of the structure, however when styles break human tastes and cultural preferences the result is dreadful. An example of this are the identical and dull cities lined with uniform box structures – such as identical homes, office complexes and high rises.
Design in architectural language means the sum total of strategy of structure, the elevation, section, figure, percentage, ground, scale, ratio to external unit step and grids. Although we concern architecture as an art form, a vital principal in architectural design is a keen mathematical and analytical understanding of types. Without mathematical hypothesis to direct us, we would have skewed styles and patterns.
Starting with Romanesque architecture, design was defined in strong, simple, huge types finishing into the ribs and piers of the 11th century and on to the perfect form of 13th-century Gothic architecture. With each century the principles and styles altered, ranging from Baroque (17th century), Georgian (18th century), Gothic and classical revival (19th century) to expressions of innovation and high-style art (20th century), giving credence to Victor Hugo’s prediction of doom that ‘the word will eliminate stone’.
With World War II the ground rules were being managed by universal media, mobility and financial wealth, making us witness architecture designs ranging from burlesque to grandiose to just plain simple. Architecture developments became case-sensitive – appealing to nature as a metaphor for cities, buildings or residential complexes.