Brick garden extension
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 09 December 2021
Disability adaption

“I think we are all more than happy with your design and the way it has turned out. It has certainly made life easier for everyone” Client. Disability adaption and extension The classical British house is not ideal when it comes to accessibility. With an aging population and a better understanding of disabled needs, there...

Posted by Roger Crimlis | 23 October 2017
Renovating on a Budget – Part 1:

Celebrate the existing. In urban hot spots such as Hackney, Brooklyn or Berlin, wholesale building repair is avoided as a stylistic choice. To people not resident in these design-pioneering neighbourhoods, the thought of maintaining dilapidation seems bizarre. However, the style created by doing this is one with an important message for those who are renovating...

London housing needs
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 03 March 2017
London; Housing Solutions

Urban planning is a strategic endeavour. It involves the maintenance and improvements of the existing and facilitation of growth, or reduction. It uses statistical tools to predict future needs and strategically plans for the urban accommodation of those needs. When these strategies are not met, Urban Planning is failing. The “housing crisis” in the UK...

West Side Highway 1975
Posted by Roger Crimlis | 02 March 2017
A West Side (Highway) Story

A few days ago I saw a flyer from 1972 promoting a concert by Eric Emerson’s band The Magic Tramps performing at New York’s Mercer Art centre. Later that day I read an article about New York’s High Line Park. The unpleasant details of Emerson’s death and the opening of the park are two seemingly...