Tigg Coll Architects
The Cass is delighted to have David Tigg of Tigg + Coll Architects joining us to talk about the practice's experience of developing interior design projects.
Tigg + Coll Architects were established in 2008 by David Tigg and Rachel Coll. A young and innovative practice, they were included in the Dezeen Hot List. The practice works on residential and commercial projects including new build, refurbishment and fit out projects. Through design, the team seek to introduce “fresh and exciting ideas” to each project, challenging architectural boundaries to create new and exciting spaces for people to live and work in.
Based in London, the practice brings together David Tigg and Rachel Coll's different perspectives from their previous experience at design studios. Their combined experience and knowledge allows them to complement each other in every design.
Recent projects that focus on the interior space include A House for Agnes which updated a tired terraced house for a young family in West London. Their recently opened student accommodation building, The Chapter, in London's Kings Cross, developed a palette of interior spaces based on the surrounding area's railway heritage. Inside the building, the architects have returned the arrival hall to its original concrete and steel construction, with booth-style seating areas designed to resemble train carriages.
|Date and time||Thursday 2 March, 6.30pm|
|Location||Room CE1-16, Central House|
|Contact||Charlotte Berman: email@example.com|
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Thursday 2 March, 6.30pm
Lecture by David Tigg, Director of Tigg + Coll Architects, as part of Criss Cross Lectures.
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