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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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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Two projects selected for Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition

Kettle Collective has had two projects selected to be part of the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) Open Exhibition of Architecture. The first project selected for display in the exhibition will be The Ripple Retreat, located on the banks of Loch Venachar in Scotland. Charity, It’s Good 2 Give!, is the driver for the project for the purpose-built respite house for young people and their families affected by cancer. Lynne McNicoll, Founder and Chair at It’s Good 2 Give said,…

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Model of the Month

Our model of the month is the Ripple Retreat, a children’s cancer retreat which is being developed with our client, It’s Good 2 Give. We believe in the work that Lynne, Ian and their team at It’s Good 2 Give are doing to raise money for kids and their families affected by cancer and want to do as much as possible to help by creating the ripples retreat on the banks of Loch Venachar.

The key driver of good architecture is…

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