As part of the ethos of the company, PAD studio make a point to get out of the studio as often as possible to find inspiration from all that surround us.
We are currently showcasing some beautiful ceramics by a fellow local artist, Gail Gulland, which we have proudly put on display in our studio window.
We are delighted that our project, Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion, has been shortlisted in the prestigious RIBA south awards.
Sitting in the studio looking out over the snow has caused me to reminisce on my student days when studying my masters.
We are really pleased that our project, the Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion, has been put forward by the judges for two RICS Awards.
We have been updating our website with some new projects and images lately. The image here is for our new build house in the South Downs National Park - La Poulenet.
BA1 Architecture students from the University of Portsmouth have recently completed their latest design projected (see images below).
PAD studio and our practice mentor Chora were recently invited to present at the RIBA small practice conference “Guerrilla Tactics” on the subject of ‘our approach to change’.
'We all teach in schools of architecture and that is core to our development; ‘we teach best what we want to learn .’
PAD studio has been invited to present at the RIBA's Guerrilla Tactics event on the 14th November 2017 - Aimed towards small/medium practices, this year focuses on the importance of agility and...
As part of ongoing collaboration and discovery we regularly exhibit the work of artists and makers here in the studio.
Another academic year has begun and new students, eager to start the process of 'becoming an architect' have started their training.
Canoe Lake Tennis Pavilion, Southsea Canoe Lake Leisure has invested considerable time and money in new tennis facilities on Southsea Common.
The appellants sought permission to build a large, single storey "lifetime home" on an undeveloped paddock near Oxenbourne, a hamlet within the South Downs National Park (SDNP).
Hopefully illustrated in our manifesto and our work, is the value we place in the Process and Narrative of architecture; using this to inform our design responses and understanding of landscape.
Our Tennis Pavilion in Southsea, Portsmouth has been completed and photographs are now on our website.
We have just received planning for a new House on the edge of the New Forest National Park - The Gardener's Cottage.
We have just photographed The Foxhill, which was completed last year. The images can be viewed on the project page below.
Darren Bray refers to himself as a ‘gatecrasher’, ‘imposter’ and ‘disrupter’. This perception of himself as an interloper has not shifted after 19 years in practice.