The Colour Palace

The Colour Palace
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In 2019 an explosion of colour appeared on the sedate lawn of Dulwich Picture Gallery. It was the Colour Palace, a timber pavilion painted in exuberant geometric patterns and stripes in a kaleidoscope of zinging neon colours.
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The HELIX
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The Healthcare Innovation Exchange (HELIX) Centre is a new building with a radical concept; to explore how designers might work together with clinical practitioners in an acute general hospital to improve healthcare.
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The Observatory: The Study and The Workshop
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In the summer of 2015 the idyllic shoreline of Lymington-Keyhaven Nature Reserve was home to a pair of lightweight timber cabins, known collectively as The Observatory.
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The Playing Field
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For 17 magical days in July 2014, a demountable timber theatre occupied Guildhall Square, a public open space in the heart of Southampton's cultural quarter, hosting plays as part of Southampton's arts festival ‘Art at the Heart’.
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The Wood Chip Barn
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Most timber used in buildings today is machined, glued and fabricated, creatingstandard products from what was a very non-standard element, a tree.
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Studio
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The architect James Wyman has designed and built a small live work studio in an Oxford garden. It is distinguished by the careful detailing of its timber elements, winning the Small Projects category of the Wood Awards in 2014.
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The Dan Kemp Memorial Pavilion – 2012
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Design a timber pavilion which could be used as a shelter for a desperate marine, washed up like Robinson Crusoe on a deserted island, a structure which would be demountable and could double up as a means of transport.
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The Exbury Egg
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The Exbury Egg is a giant timber pod floating on the estuary of the Beaulieu river, Hampshire, and moving up and down with the tide.
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The Fishing Hut
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Poised above a man-made lake in Hampshire, the Fishing Hut is a small but beautifully crafted timber building; it has an elegant simplicity achieved by the integration of design, structure and sustainability.
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The Giraffe Pavilion
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The shell is formed of flat polygonal plywood panels, connected at the edges with hinges and faceted to form a dramatic curved shape. The name derives from the panel shapes which mimic the pattern of a giraffe's colouring.
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