Ripple Retreat Update

A few of our team members took a site visit up to the Ripple Retreat. We were thrilled to see the development of the build and how far the Retreat has developed. We are beginning to get excited as we can finally see the form of the building taking shape as the roof goes on and we are nearing the end of the build with only two months to go. To find out more about the design please visit our…

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Kettle Collective win at Cityscape Awards with The Piers

CityscapesAwards Piers

Kettle Collective has won the Residential Project Award for The Piers at the 2015 Cityscape Global Awards for Emerging Markets, competing against a shortlist of Leandro V. Locsin Partners, SOMA Architects and RMJM. The award was presented to Anthony Tappe, Senior Architect at Kettle Collective, at the Cityscape Awards Ceremony held at the Conrad Dubai Hotel on the 8th of September 2015. Celebrating excellence in real estate development and architecture, the 2015 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets offer international architects…

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Kettle Collective Shortlisted for Cityscape Awards

The Piers External View

We are very pleased to announce that Kettle Collective has two projects shortlisted for the 2015 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets. Shortlisted in the Future Residential category, The Piers takes a unique approach. Located at The Wave peninsula with views into the marina and out to the sea. The Piers V- shaped form allows for a private beach in between the two buildings, which step down towards the water and culminate with impressive villas positioned at the end of each…

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Solar Innovation Centre Model

Solar Centre Model

Completed in 2013, the model of the Solar Innovation Centre has been exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition in 2014, where it was awarded the architecture prize for ‘Outstanding Work.’ Designer, Sarah Kettle, built two editions of the model and these now reside in Kettle Collective’s studios in Edinburgh and Dubai. The mixed-media model is predominantly made from a paper-thin plastic material.   Share this page:

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Virtual Tour of Architecture Exhibition

Architecture Exhibition Virtual Tour

If you didn’t manage to make it to the 2014 Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition for Architecture, you can visit in a virtual tour. Kettle Collective submitted two projects to the exhibition, the Solar Innovation Centre and the Ripple Retreat. Both projects managed to achieve awards; ‘Architecture Prize for Outstanding Work’ and ‘Staff Selection Award for Architecture’ respectively.   Share this page:

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Lakhta Centre in Guinness World Book of Records

The Lakhta Centre in St. Petersburg in Russia, was awarded a record breaking status during construction. The Guinness World Book of Records published in 2015 that the ‘Largest continuous concrete pour’ was achieved during the pouring of the foundations for the building. The pour took place on the 1st of March 2015 and took just over 49 hours. It consisted of 19,624.0 M3 of concrete and was delivered to the construction site from 13 different production plants. Tony Kettle, Design…

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Kettle Collective design Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range

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Kettle Collective has designed a world-class driving range, Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range, which is located on the edge of the River Thames in central London. The facility has been developed by Knight Dragon as part of an activation programme for Greenwich Peninsula, the 160 acre area will also see the building of 15,000 new homes. Launching on the 1st of July, in time for the British Open, Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range is rumoured to have professional golfers among its exclusive…

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