Surface was formed by Richard Scott in 1996 in collaboration with philosopher Jeremy Weate and architect Kristen Whittle. Andy MacFee joined the practice as a director in 2001. Surface's first project 'Soft-space' won first prize in the Shinkenchiku-Sha Residential Design Award in Japan, and 'Aquaphilia' was one of the 'Ideal Rooms' exhibited at the RIBA in 1997. In 1999 Surface won a competition for the headquarters of new media company Razorfish, which was followed by a £6 million ...
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