…in print again.
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Just found this as we were archiving old work – the CNC pattern for the temporary plywood flitch plates for the Hooke Park Big Shed that we drew in order to allow the carpenters to start truss fabrication prior to the steel flitch plates being made.
Really pleased that both Hooke Park Big Shed (top) and Stillpoint, Bath (above) have both been shortlisted for regional RIBA Awards
Nice piece by the 1st graduate of Design & Make – Nozomi Nakabayashi – whole article here