The last of our series of short films.
The third in our series of short films.
The second in our series of short films which we are releasing each week for four weeks.
PAD studio, along with friends, clients and fellow collaborators have been working with Film students from The University of Portsmouth to create four short videos which endeavour to illustrate our approach to...
We are honoured for both Forest Lodge and The Water Tower being shortlisted in the RIBA South Awards 2017.
We are really excited to be heading to Jersey this week to discuss our work; architecture, art and collaboration.
We have recently been appointed to design a multiple unit housing scheme for a plot of land in Enfield, London EN1.
We have just submitted a planning application for this small housing development in Enfield.
On reflection of the article 'Why we make models?' by Gavin Henderson published in the AJ (Architects Journal) we thought we would share some PAD studio models.
I am currently studying my masters degree at the University of Bath, and have been working with PAD for the past three months as part of the Universities academic programme...
PAD studio recently took part in a national competition to design a Glamping Pod to be located in a number of different sites in Wales. The anonymous contest, open to architects, designers...
So, although I’m not exactly the shiny new team member anymore, it is the start of 2017 and I thought I should introduce myself, wish you all a Happy New...
To celebrate the launch of our new office space in Angel Courtyard, we opened our doors to friends, clients and collaborators both old and new early in December.
Hidden in the depths of the Hampshire countryside, Mottisfont is one of the National Trust’s secluded gems. Built in the thirteenth century beside the beautiful but tempestuous River Test as...
We have recently received some rendered three dimensional visualisations for a new project - Herding House.
PAD studio were very kindly invited to participate in an exciting workshop at Bath University, contemplating the notion of ‘Future Habitation’, particularity how we may develop this idea in light...
BA1 Architecture students have recently completed one of their first studio projects – elevational studies of various buildings around Portsmouth and Southsea.
So having spent 10 years teaching at under graduate level, I have stepped out of my comfort zone to teach at post graduate level.
Work is progressing well on site in Southsea. The groundworks and ground floor blockwork is complete with the first floor cast in situ concrete slab now poured.
We have been busy exploring plans for the refurbishment and extension of two cottages in Beaulieu, Hampshire.