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a.mag 09. Sergison Bates | Jonathan Woolf

Uitgever:A.MAG

ISBN: 978-84-6086-265-9

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Portugees
  • 216 pagina's
  • 7 okt. 2016

This instalment of a.mag magazine focuses on two British practices: Jonathan Woolf and Sergison Bates. Editor Ana Leal uses the word “serendipity” to refer to their respective bodies of work, describing how “the reinterpretation of the site, to acknowledge the culture and tradition of the place through local materials and techniques, is a clear example of an answer to contemporary needs… dictated by an extraordinary sensitivity.”

Established in 1996, Sergison Bates architects have earned a reputation as one of London’s leading architectural practices. A second office was opened in Zurich in 2010. Both tackle a wide range of international projects, ranging from urban planning to regeneration, public buildings, housing, and private residences. This publication features projects that are informed by a sensitive approach to place, the experiential potential of materials and construction, and a concern for the environmental, social, and economic aspects of sustainability. It is architecture that is both contemporary and rooted in the context, and reflects the partners’ commitment to a research-based approach.

Along with the highlighted projects it includes a conversation with Jonathan Sergison, Stephen Bates, and Tony Fretton. Featured are Woolf’s Lion Rooms, Lost Villa, and Brick Leaf House, as well as various urban and suburban housing projects by Sergison Bates.

This instalment of a.mag magazine focuses on two British practices: Jonathan Woolf and Sergison Bates. Editor Ana Leal uses the word “serendipity” to refer to their respective bodies of work, describing how “the reinterpretation of the site, to acknowledge the culture and tradition of the place through local materials and techniques, is a clear example of an answer to contemporary needs… dictated by an extraordinary sensitivity.”

Established in 1996, Sergison Bates architects have earned a reputation as one of London’s leading architectural practices. A second office was opened in Zurich in 2010. Both tackle a wide range of international projects, ranging from urban planning to regeneration, public buildings, housing, and private residences. This publication features projects that are informed by a sensitive approach to place, the experiential potential of materials and construction, and a concern for the environmental, social, and economic aspects of sustainability. It is architecture that is both contemporary and rooted in the context, and reflects the partners’ commitment to a research-based approach.

Along with the highlighted projects it includes a conversation with Jonathan Sergison, Stephen Bates, and Tony Fretton. Featured are Woolf’s Lion Rooms, Lost Villa, and Brick Leaf House, as well as various urban and suburban housing projects by Sergison Bates.

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