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Tyrertecture is the blog of architect Nick Tyrer

Nick is currently working at Pattern Architects, London. Specialising in parametric design and the application of Computational research on stadia design.

Nick is also studio tutor for the Abstract Machines masters unit at LMU

Nick attained a Distinction on his Masters of Architecture, with his award winning thesis project being nominated for the RIBA Presidents Silver Medal. Recent work has been featured in London Design Festival.

All work found here is Original if not otherwise stated

For any questions, comments or commisions please email: tyrertecture@gmail.com

Interlocking Basket
Selected by D2W for the London Design Festival. Small ornamental piece continuing my previous research on Erwin Hauer. The basket is made up of two independent but interlocking surfaces.

The two surfaces are hard to distinguish in the photos, while I appreciate the effect of the two surfaces blending, I think printing each in independent colours/shade would improve viewers understanding.


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