Marks Barfield Architects believe that good design transforms the quality of the environment and aim to provide an architecture that is innovative, sustainable, an imaginative response to context and a pleasure to experience.
Sean Henry, a world-renowned sculptor, was commissioned to create the UK's first permanent offshore sculpture for the Northumbrian coastal village of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, as it underwent a major development project to bring the once famous beach and sea front back to, and beyond, its former glory. Between March and September 2007, the £10million project involved recharging the beach with 500,000 tonnes of new sand, building a new breakwater in the bay and improving the promenade.
As environmental issues top agendas worldwide, The Observer Ethical Awards 2009 highlights the individuals and companies that have gone the extra green mile in the UK. At an award ceremony at London’s Kensington Roof Gardens on 3rd June 2009, winners of 10 ethical categories were presented with personalised ‘Habbit’ awards, based upon their own carbon footprint.
Jordan wanted to create an object that would accompany pieces of his sculptural jewellery to represent an organic shape in one complete piece with a high level of detail, whilst demonstrating the use of innovative technology.
3T RPD work with many UK and European designers and architects, and has developed a close working relationship with Freedom Of Creation in The Netherlands. Having recently won a commission from Dutch design company Wetzels Brown Partners, Freedom Of Creation co-developed the creation of 23 unique chairs for a 100ft. sailing yacht and private residence. The innovative design of the chair was inspired by Freedom Of Creation's Janne Kyttanen's Macedonia tray, which was created in 2007 for The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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