Some Projects

Exposed timber creates a visual connection between inside and outside.

Carlton Marshes Visitor Centre, Suffolk

Carlton exterior terrace
Carlton exterior entrance
Carlton shop2

A visitor and information centre, creating a new southern gateway to the Broads National Park.

Carlton shop1
Carlton shop2

Architect: Cowper Griffiths

For: Suffolk Wildlife Trust

The building was designed to blend into the natural landscape while offering visitors views out across the broads. The superstructure is built from Glulam and CLT, allowing it to sensitively fade into its surroundings, while the exposed timber beams, columns, walls and ceilings create a visual connection between inside and outside.

Connections were designed to avoid visual impact on the exposed structure, and columns were designed to a unique and slender tapered shape.

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