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32 PROJECT REPORT: RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS


seen it pick up awards, such as the Gold Award at the Wood Awards 2020. The level of oversight, and management of the project meant “much closer day to day co- ordination” between design and build than normal, says Ty Tikari.


He says it stands in contrast to a major current problem, “especially for the younger generation, of never actually visiting a building site, a real disconnect between what you draw and what actually happens.” This didn’t mean there was architectural indulgence on this project, it was run as efficiently as possible, “with the minimum number of parts and people required,” with an attendant sustainability as well as cost benefit. With design, development and construction continually overlapping on this project, the architects were never ‘pushing problems down the line to be dealt with eventually’. Rather, the impact of design decisions had to be considered in real time with the commercial and construction sides of the project. This is the nature of a role that is akin to having complete control. The irony is that it would take something way outside of their control, like Covid, to present a major setback to this highly successful scheme. 


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