Guerrilla Tactics 2017: The Power of Small RIBA
In November Annabelle was invited to deliver a PechaKucha at Portland Place, London as part of the RIBA’s professional event for small to medium sized businesses. The day focused on how small practitioners can positively manage change and adopt new beneficial ways of working.
The event featured many great speakers including Sarah Castle of IF_DO, Indy Johar (Architecture 00) and Arthur Mamou-Mani (Mamou-Mani Architects).
As part of the ‘Top 10 Tactics” session, Annabelle was among 9 other speakers to deliver a PechaKucha. The PechaKucha was a presentation of 10 slides which were each shown for 20 seconds on their chosen tactic to benefit a small practice.
Annabelle’s chosen tactic of ‘having a happy team’ included the following 10 slides:
2 Nurturing Talent
4 The Plan
5 Pulling Together
7 Fine tuning
9 The French
10 Nuts and bolts
We plan to write up the contents of the presentation and post a fuller edition – an inspiring day and an amazing event to be a part of!
We recently had the exciting opportunity to experience another of our projects in virtual reality!
Our private client used Manchester-based architectural visualisation company Our Studio to create a VR model of terracotta house. With a VR headset we were able to view both the exterior and interiors of the building in virtual reality and move through 20 locations in the site and building.
The VR model proved to be a very useful tool within the design process as the clients were able to make final design decisions after being able to experience the space. We found the level of detail in a white card format was just right for this stage of the design and the next phase for the model will be adding of the colours & texture.
This is definitely something we would really like to give clients the option to incorporate into the design process in future projects.