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Poundbury, Northeast Development | Masterplanning Architects, Winchester, London | ADAM Architecture

The North East Quadrant is the next significant area of Poundbury to be developed. Consisting of some 500 dwellings, together with retail and commercial space, the site stretches from the Queen Mother Square at the heart of the development to the ancient Poundbury Hillfort to the North East.

Summer House Build in Hampshire | Private House Achictects | ADAM Architecture

A new summerhouse that stands in the grounds of a Grade II* Listed house, adjoining a walled garden where an eighteenth-century orangery once stood.

Une maison grise en bois dans les Hamptons

Une maison grise en bois dans les Hamptons Cette maison en bois grise, n'est pas forcément ce que l'on attend d'une demeure située dans les Hamptons,

--- New Buildings Built in Traditional Architecture Style --- - Page 164 - SkyscraperCity

Lovely example in local/vernacular style: Haugesund, Norway ("Haugesund style") Examples I know of , for larger buildings, are these two wooden buildings...

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ArtStation - WETA WORKSHOP: UNLEASHED - CASTLE CROSS-SECTION, Adam J. Middleton

I was fortunate to be asked to illustrate a cross-section of the fantasy castle (designed by Rebekah Tisch) for the Weta Workshop: Unleashed experience. It was a fun challenge trying to figure out the location of the interior spaces and how they all fit together. The castle ended up being built as a miniature which you can walk around within the experience, much like the miniatures Weta built many years ago for the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Check it out here…

Poundbury Development Dorset | Masterplanning | Adam Architecture

The South West Quadrant of Poundbury, on the outskirts of Dorchester on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, has 229 residential units and offices on a 4.8 hectare site.