Congratulations Usama

Congratulations to our team member Usama who recently qualified as an Architect. Usama completed his Architectural Practice and Management Diploma at Newcastle University. We asked him a few questions about why he studied to be an architect. When you were a child, did you always want to become an architect? Not exactly, no. From a young age I dreamt of being an artist. My interest in architecture began in high school when I was encouraged to think about new themes…

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Welcome to Our New Team Members

We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our new team members; Aleksandra, Faye, Adele and Valentin. Aleksandra has joined our team as a CG Artist within our Ink Graphics Team. Faye has joined our team as an Interior Designer and Adele and Valentin have joined our team as Architectural Assistant Part 1 Interns. We asked Faye a few questions about her experience as an interior designer: Why did you choose to study interior design? I always knew I wanted…

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Silver Saturday

On Saturday 28th of April, Celine was selected to play rugby in the Sarah Beaney Cup Final on Silver Saturday at BT Murrayfield. She speaks to us about that day and her experience as a woman rugby player. Silver Saturday is a great rugby event in Scotland and this year was even more special since seven rugby finals happened at BT Murrayfield the same day. This included the 1872 Cup between the professional teams of Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby….

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International Women’s Day

Today is International Womens Day, and we have a fantastic team of women working here at Kettle Collective, so we decided to take this opportunity to celebrate. We spoke to Celine to get her insight as a woman in architecture. Why did you become an Architect? Being an architect had been a goal since my childhood. I was always fascinated with the idea of creating spaces where people would live and make memories. Each experience in our life is connected…

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Charity Run Success, well done Roman

Well done to Roman Gorshkov, who completed his second 5K run as part of Simple Health Great Winter Run 2017. Let us find out a bit more about why Roman wanted to run this race: I chose to take part in a 5K run to support African Children and their need for education, which then may give them a chance for a brighter tomorrow. In 13th of January I finished my second 5K Run as part of Simply Health Great…

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Congratulations Anthony, BREEAM Associate

Congratulations to our team member Anthony Tappe, who recently completed the BREEAM Associate Course. This award winning online course is aimed at proactive sustainability teams, who want to work better with BREEAM. We thought this was the perfect opportunity to find out a bit more about why Anthony went on this course, and what he learnt from the experience: Why did you take the BREEAM Associate Course? I wanted to increase my familiarity with the BREEAM rating system with the…

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Christmas Party 2017

As 2017 comes to an end, we celebrated this years achievements with our annual Christmas Party. This year’s Christmas celebrations included a competition for our team to create an unique dwelling for our new client Mr G Bread. The brief required a scale model, which had to be self supporting and entirely edible. Our team created some incredible designs which our panel of judges, judged on both appearance and on the taste of the materials. After much deliberation our judges…

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Congratulations Will

Congratulations to our team member Will Whiter, who recently qualified as an architect, having completed his Architectural Practice and Management Diploma at Newcastle University. We thought this was the perfect opportunity to find out a bit more about Will and his passion of architecture. Why did you choose to study architecture/landscape/interior? Initially it was probably Lego! I used to love making things, whether it was whittling bits of wood, or making models with my dad! Then when I was about…

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