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Yelo London Trip 13/06/2014

23.06.14

Last Friday, we closed up the office for the day to take on London. The trip was strategically planned to show us not only a number of architectural highlights of the capital but also some brilliant places to eat and wash it all down.               Pottersfield Park Pavillion, DSDHA,…

A bit about brick

03.06.14

After recently having recently been looking at uses of brick for one of our housing projects in Hove I was reminded of these two masters of experimental brickwork. The Uruguayan architect and engineer Eladio Dieste created these amazing self supporting brick vaulted structures, spanning huge distances with a single layer of brick. Dieste’s brick structures…

Do You Need An Architect?

28.12.13

When embarking on a project of home improvements, one of the early decisions has to be whether or not to engage the services of an architect. Although it is another expense to account for in a building project, their support can make a real difference. Choosing to employ an architect is a personal decision. Not…

How to Find the Best Architect Brighton Has to Offer

05.12.13

Brighton is a beautiful and fascinating city. It is known for a variety of different things, including its beautiful pier. In Victorian times, Brighton was a health spa, where men and women could go and enjoy the sea air. Now, it is more a city of fun and leisure, known best perhaps for its vibrant…

Modern Sustainable Architecture

03.09.13

Sustainable architecture is a form of architecture that incorporates a design that is environmentally friendly and built to be sustainable. The buildings are created to help decrease the impact that they have on the landscape and the environment and the materials that are used to build them are also derived from economically friendly sources. The…

Tools of Architecture

24.01.13

Tools of Architecture The mesh of architecture and technology is beginning to create endless possibilities and the start of new architecture. For the first time in history, a house will be constructed from a 3D printer. A firm of very ambitious Dutch architects – Universe Architecture are planning to build the 12,000 sqft landscape mobius…

Love Architecture Festival and the Paper Haus

26.09.12

Earlier in the Summer Yelo teamed up with Threshold Architecture Hub to create various projects for the Love Architecture Festival. Yelo presented a solution to housing shortage in the city. Using old copies of the Argus newspaper, a temporary pied-a-terre was built into a parking space in the car park below myHotel. The 12 metre-square restrictions managed to house…

Brighton Festival 2012 & the new, improved Dome Ticket Office

08.05.12

Despite the lingering April showers, we are now into our second week of May which sees Brighton hold its 45th annual Brighton Festival. The first ever Brighton Festival was held in 1967 and controversially included the first ever exhibition of concrete poetry, alongside performances by Laurence Oliver and Anthony Hopkins. Since then, Brighton Festival has…