Trinity Hall – Riach Architects

Riach Architects is one of the most famous studios in Oxfordshire. Founded in 1984, it continues to maintain its reputation as an award-winning studio thanks to many young architects.

Look at this: company picnic! Just like in Italian studies, where you can’t even let yourself report a slight migraine, because this information could be used against you and transformed into something …

But let’s put aside personal controversy.

He manages to reconcile the Anglo-Saxon tradition with everything we like about contemporary.

There is the blond Labrador lying on a beautiful sofa with Eames’ Rocking Chair for Vitra behind him. And a glass insert on the ceiling that lets in the sun and the clouds, the moon and the stars.

There is the Caboche suspension by Foscarini and the splendid red stools designed by Le Corbusier.

And then, the DSW chair – Dining (height) Side (chair) Wood (base) – again by Eames.

A very traditional living room …

… and an equally traditional dining room with the ultra-modern Copper Shade chandelier by Tom Dixon.

Uh … a ladder. Who knows where it will go!

Note the classic A Chair on the bottom.

Here we are in the basement: the games room and TV room. But did you see the graffiti and the three-story sofa ???

And the bathroom. That polycarbonate chandelier is the RockCoco Chandelier by Fatboy The Original. A brand that I adore, but that I really can’t afford!

End of the tour. Was I or wasn’t I right? A splendid example of the ability to mix different styles. Don’t forget!

Author: Dave Doe

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