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So far Harriet Wood has created 222 blog entries.

Seaside Architecture

With the end of the summer holidays on the horizon, we're thinking about the seaside and all that the beach life has to offer. The sea is the world's largest public space and belongs to everyone and no-one simultaneously. As our coastlines and oceans become increasingly prevalent in news headlines due to environmental and political [...]

66 Queen Square

Project: 66 Queen Square Location: Bristol Wylde IA were approached by Cushman & Wakefield create a high-quality spec refurbishment for the reception area and 4th floor lobby space of 66 Queen Square. We worked with the client to ensure their ambitions were met with regards to wanting a design solution that would upgrade the areas [...]

Have A Day Off!

This week we're taking a moment to appreciate the importance of intelligent interior design solutions that help create spaces to relax and unwind. Thankfully, mental health and wellbeing has been thrown in the spotlight in recent years and as a result, taking time for yourself is becoming more commonly recognised as an absolute necessity. In [...]

Dairy Studios

Wylde IA moved into new office space alongside consulting and structural engineers Structural Solutions. The old Dairy building gives us two spacious floors which we completely ripped out and transformed into a bright, airy and creative studio. We have a bold yellow reception area which showcases our awards and welcomes our visitors into our productive [...]

Revitalisation vs. Gentrification

Bristol, Brixton, Berlin and Brooklyn - all places recently visited by Wylde's Harriet, all with one thing in common - gentrification. It's the word on everyone's lips, its scattered across social media and the news... This week we're looking into the role of urban revitalisation and how gentrification could be addressed. The role of designers, [...]

Preview: Thatchers

Wylde IA are in the midst of an exciting project at the Thatchers headquarters in Sandford, UK. The project which is set for completion at the end of the year has introduced new office space within the new distribution building. We designed the workspace to accommodate around 90 employees alongside visiting staff. As part of [...]

Upfest Summer Editions

Usually at this time of year we'd be blogging about the biggest art event in the Bristol calendar but this year Upfest have decided to take a year off. The urban art festival is a spectacle that takes over the streets of South Bristol for the last week of July - huge walls are painted [...]

Artivism

We're living in strange times - particularly when it comes to social, environmental and political issues. From the leaders of the world, to the plastic usage, the rising temperatures, deteriorating mental health to the amount of time spent with our faces in our phones on social media - there is so much to take in [...]

BSAVA

WyldeIA worked with NOMA Architects to develop a full Cat A refurbishment and extension of Woodrow House in Gloucestershire on behalf of owners and occupiers BSAVA (British Small Animal Veterinary Association). The new facility extended the space by a third and provided BSAVA with the spaces for their members to meet, train and learn including [...]

Heart Of The Home

The kitchen is the heart of the home - where meals are created and people are brought together. The ceremony of preparing food, cooking meals together and connecting over dinner-time is one of the most sacred moments of human interaction that we get in the modern world. Not only is the kitchen the hub of [...]