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Managing Editor James Parker jparker@netmagmedia.co.uk


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FROM THE EDITOR


T


he team here at ADF is very happy to be able to bring you what has sadly been a rare sighting this year, namely a monthly issue of the magazine. We have, like many others, been sitting somewhat in limbo since March wondering what the next steps would be, as the ‘coronacoaster’ took the country up and down the ramps of lockdown and moments of respite.


However, while we ‘paused’ print issues of ADF in order to ensure that we could give the market exactly the support it needs once we returned to some sort of normality, our online newsletter has been continuing successfully, and has in fact grown since lockdown in March. While our online offers are very important to the market, we are determined to sustain the focus on providing a quality printed roundup of the best in UK and international architecture, by architects, and for architects.


I do not underestimate what a worrying time this must have been, and continues to be, for UK practices, with smaller firms surely fearing the worst, and larger firms having to make cutbacks. But we have to hope there is some light at the end of what could be a longer tunnel than everyone expected, and that a usable vaccine process is going to be quickly instigated in 2021. Not wanting to be too dramatic, but it’s going to be up to the professional institutes and companies concerned to do their utmost to bring what could be economic salvation to the world.


Realistically, large numbers of architects are going to be working from home for the foreseeable future. While there may be benefits to more focused Zoom calls with clients rather than time-consuming regular weekly face- to-face meetings, video calls are not always ideal for getting things done either. However they are the new normal, and in a business that exists on human communication and exchange of ideas, with colleagues and clients, architects have had to adapt fast.


As architect Martyn Evans recently opined for BD on returning to the office, following intense debates on how to reorganise work in the Covid context, a key learning is that you can’t expect it to return to how it was. Trying to replicate your previous workflow might be a recipe for failure.


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Whatever is coming in the economic storm of the next few months, architects are still required to design buildings, control quality in projects, and be at the forefront of pushing the agenda on environments that work for clients and users. This is potentially going to become even more critical in a world where there are both increased stress and safety concerns in every aspect of life due to the pandemic. Architects regulate and direct how environments support and delight people, so will always be essential to human society, no matter what the world throws at us.


If you are now home-based, we can redirect your copy of ADF to your home address. Please contact our circulation department at info@netmagmedia.co.uk if you are interested in doing that. In the meantime we wish you all the best for your business and personally, it’s great to be able to bring you another packed issue of ADF!


11.20


James Parker Editor


THE IVY HARDMAN SQUARE, MANCHESTER Sheppard Robson's timber pavilion reveals its structure and provides a landscaped oasis for diners


INDIGO HOUSE, RICHMOND Wimshurst Pelleriti avoids pastiche with a sleek glass office extension


ON THE COVER... The Ivy Hardman Square restaurant in Manchester, designed by Sheppard Robson, features a richly textured exterior presenting a strong contrast with surrounding commercial buildings.


Cover Image © Felix Mooneram For the full report on this project, go to page 41


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