Calling for Collaborators

Let’s explore the new normal…

We are all aware of the bizarre times we are in. A crisis at such a large scale that all around the world, the population has responded by having to rely on emerging networks and structures within our local communities. Routines and lives have become unrecognisable within the course of a few months.

But what we have seen are examples of creativity…everywhere. National organisations have been weakened by the enormity of the Coronavirus crisis, and as a result, we are in a time when we have seen local communities re-build, based on our shared values that have become apparent.

Let us introduce ourselves…

We are

We are a husband and wife team, with over 15 years experience within the architectural profession, in both large and small practice environments, working locally as well as across Bristol, London and Manchester.

We have a background in all scales of building projects as well as graphics, film & animation

We also believe that spaces have the power to enhance how we live, work and play. Design of these spaces is a collaborative process based on a shared desire to make better places.

Architecture is a response; a response to the site and its surroundings, the social climate, environmental necessities, the zeitgeist.

Calling artists, writers, creatives… lets join forces

We’re inviting one and all to join us on an exploratory journey that opens up debate and discussion concerning the founding principles of townscape, and its relevance or insignificance as we move forward beyond 2020.

Lets use this as a new renaissance, to create a Festival of Ideas for Stroud. If you are keen to be involved, please get in touch!

If you are interested in joining the Creative Neighbourhood to help sculpt this ‘Festival of Ideas’ or would like to know more, we’d love to hear from you. Please get in touch by mailing us (Dan & Dominique Farmer) at

While we get going…lets have some fun…

1 Comment

  1. Wendy Thompson on May 13, 2020 at 3:07 pm

    I would love to be involved

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