Notebook Competition

We had an exciting internal competition to sketch a design to be used for our new Kettle Collective notebooks. Tony and Colin judged the competition and decided that the winning sketch was created by William Picken. Second place went to Sara Cruz and third place to Roman Gorshkov. We can’t wait to see the final notebooks once they arrive.   Share this page:

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Ripple Retreat Site Visit

Our team were excited to take a group trip up to the Ripple Retreat site on Loch Venachar to see the progress of the build and how the building has progressed since the windows have been installed. For many of the team it was their first trip up to the site so it was great for them to finally see the site and experience the tranquility of the surrounding landscape. It was exciting to see the interior begin to take…

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Welcome to our new team members, Artem and Cameron

We are excited to welcome our two new team members Artem and Cameron to our Edinburgh office. Here they both tell us a little bit about themselves and what influences them in their designs. Artem recently graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Part 1 Architecture degree. Having previously been involved in small-scale residential projects while working in London, Artem has brought his skills of model making, initial concept designs and visualisations to our studio in Edinburgh. Artem’s inspiration…

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Kettle Collective Visit The Palace

Today is an exciting day for the Kettle Collective team as Tony Kettle and Colin Bone head to Buckingham Palace tonight to receive The Queens Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016 from Her Majesty The Queen. Kettle Collective won Britain’s most coveted business award from Her Majesty the Queen, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016, announced on the Queens 90th birthday, on the back of soaring International trade. The Queen’s Award is awarded for “outstanding achievement…

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Welcome to Tony Archibold

Tony Archibold

Kettle Collective is pleased to welcome Tony Archibold to the position of Regional Director MENA. Tony Archibold is an Architect with 24 years experience across a wide range of project types from all over the world, and has worked in Hong Kong, the UK, France and the Middle East. He was the Project Leader on the notable ADNEC Capital Gate Building. Capital Gate has been confirmed as the ‘Worlds Most inclined Building’ by the Guinness Book of World Records, and…

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Welcome to our newest team member, Will

William Whiter

Bamboo for Humanity, design by William Whiter We are glad to welcome Will to our Edinburgh office. Here he tells us a little bit about himself and shares some of his previous work. William graduated with a Master of Architecture from Newcastle University. Having previously worked for a micro-practice in his hometown of Tunbridge Wells, Will has sought to gain professional experience across a range of projects throughout the UK. As a result Will now has experience in residential, masterplanning…

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Welcome our new team

Woodlands by Lauren Taylor

We are glad to welcome two new members to our team; Lauren and Usama. Here they tell us a little bit about themselves and share some of their previous work. “I enjoy creating distinctive and interesting landscapes, and like to create graphics that evoke the essence and atmosphere of place.” Lauren Taylor Lauren is a chartered landscape architect and has been working in Scotland for the last 10 years after graduating from ECA in 2005. Having worked worked on a…

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Meet the new team!

Sanctuary in the City by Calum McCafferty

We are glad to welcome two new team members to our Edinburgh office; Robert and Calum. Here they tell us a little bit about themselves and share some of their previous work. “While studying at the Glasgow School of Art, I have been focused on developing my skills in design and presentation. In my work, I have tried to combine strong aesthetics with sound community programs. The incubator project represented a chance to impact the townscape of Glasgow’s Southside with…

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