Kicking off the league to a tremendous start with a (8-0) win. Good work ladies!
The annual Hogarth Architects summer party at The Hidden House - hosted so wonderfully, by Ian and Claire.
It was no surprise that, when Ian invited the studio to Ash Row, Cornwall for the weekend it escalated into 10 mile coastal walks, surfing and jumping off cliffs with the all of us struggling to keep up with the boss himself!
Zoo FC, who are proudly sponsored by Hogarth Architects, won their cup final 4-1 this weekend. Good works lads!
Six years after its completion, with its bold colours, the Hidden house has never seemed to wander away from the public eye.
Check out its feature - this time - in Better Homes Magazine.
"The freedom of creating something and hoping people will like it, "muses Ian; "To live by your own decisions, rather than someone else's".
Check out this feature of Ash Row in Cornwall Today.
Architects Choice Magazine:
"With tides changing across the global political landscape, what does this mean for architecture firms here in the UK and internationally?"
An article including Ian's thoughts on the consequences British architectural practices and their EU employees may face as we head into post-Brexit Britain.
"We feel it is not a positive move for a country dealing with a housing crisis"
A lovely feature in ELLE Decoration magazine:
"Hogarth architects have re-introduced and revamped the toast hub, a popular 1990’s kitchen feature, with a purpose-built cabinet - it’s also a way to keep surfaces completely clear, even of the kettle and toaster".
"I would hate to do a bland house...And if you can't use ice-cream colours at the seaside, where can you?"
Check out Ash Row's feature in Cornwall Life - this months edition!
The Copperline blog..."There are great details like the beamed ceiling and the bright punches of colour – as seen on the terrace too – but the overall aesthetic is simple and understated, where the constantly shifting coastal light creates the drama in the space". We couldn't have said it better ourselves.