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DescriptionHollaway is an architectural and interior design practice that embraces the past, the present, and the future and places people and feeling at the core of its architecture philosophy. The RIBA award-winning practice has built its reputation working on a wide array of projects, including a cutting-edge skate park, the world's first heritage theme park, a bespoke artist's studio in an open field, and a high-end seafood restaurant. They were also one of the first to install a tubular steel slide in an office redesign, and the chosen architects for the replanning of an entire town. The breadth of these projects may be wide, but each one brings the perfect balance of playfulness and sincerity, with a firm focus on placemaking, sustainability and the experience of the individuals who will use the space. From Now On documents Hollaway's inspirational buildings, brought alive by glowing client testimonies. It also reflects on where the practice has evolved from, where it finds itself today, and what the challenges of tomorrow demand of it - told in the words of those who make it what it was, is, and will become. A must for modern architecture lovers or anyone who is interested in seeing creative ideas made possible.
November 03, 2020
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Under his leadership and hands-on approach, Guy has created a design-led practice committed to innovative building solutions, with work ranging from prestigious one-off commissions to large-scale regeneration projects. Over the past decade Guy has been responsible for growing Hollaway from a small regional practice into an internationally recognised brand. Prestigious clients include Roger De Haan CBE, who the practice work with on private projects, as well as arts and culture related projects for The Creative Quarter in Folkestone. Guy's reputation has resulted in him becoming a figurehead for architecture in southeast England. He regularly lectures at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), as well as for public and government bodies, such as the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA). He has been a lecturer and sessional tutor at the University of the Creative Arts in Canterbury (UCA) and the University of Kent, amongst other faculties. In addition, he has worked on the Design Excellence in North Kent (DENK) programme and featured on various architecture review panels. For a two-year period he was acting Regional Chairman for RIBA South East.