I am very grateful to Sutherland Lyall for his unstinting championing of our website, but a little embarrassed by the continued attention (AJ 10.10.02). There were two principles behind the site's design: l cut the crap; l keep it cheap.
The first may be what makes it attractive to Sutherland: as the profession's Internet supervisor he must have to wade through a lot of crap. The second may be what would make it attractive to other architects: it took us just a few hours to assemble the site in-house.
Tetrarch may be able to find more features the website could offer (although I'm not sure what else a small practice's website needs), but would it be worth spending more money?
The site is not a work of art; it is simply a model of economy.
Adrian James, Adrian James Architects, Oxford