Tag : Invisible Studio
Architect Piers Taylor hit TV screens just before Christmas as one of the contenders on BBC One’s Celebrity Mastermind. Fame-hungry readers will be encouraged to learn that the Invisible Studio founder counts as a celebrity, and one wouldn’t want to spoil this by suggesting it was his role as co-presenter of BBC Two’s ...
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Rob Wilson selects some key completions on the horizon
This ethereal-looking prototyping workshop in Wiltshire was designed by Invisible Studio. With its pared-down, spare aesthetic, its constructional efficiency reflects their approach to design, exploring contingency in the construction process – and using minimal drawings.
NEWS FEATURE: With slow broadband speeds, patchy phone signals and difficulties in finding both staff and projects, why do some architects choose to work in the countryside? Ella Braidwood investigates
The next in a new series looking at the details which have amazed and inspired our readers. Today: Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio
Piers Taylor’s Invisible Studio, working with LT Studio Landscape Architects, has been given the go-ahead for a new cultural workspace in Watchet, West Somerset
Piers Taylor’s Invisible Studio has revealed plans for a new cultural workspace in Watchet, West Somerset
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Piers Taylor’s practice Invisible Studio has completed this composting toilet serving his woodland studio
Invisible Studio has won approval to demolish an existing home overlooking the beach at Polzeath, Cornwall and replace it with a ‘larger, more contemporary’ house
Studio in the Woods saw 60 students create the structures over three days in Worcestershire. Photography and film by Jim Stephenson