Jock McFadyen RA

Chris Dyson dovetails ancient and modern with a sleight of hand that makes the viewer unable to imagine one without the other…  wood, stone and rust consort with steel and glass in a marriage made in heaven. This architecture is ergonomically correct from the ground up but where space can be stretched and formed and where there is counterpoint and pace as well as silence and noise but the user is always considered whether walking past these buildings on the street or opening the door and walking in…


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