Beyond the trend: How can we design for longevity?
Emma James is a director of architecture and interiors practice Twohill and James, alongside David Twohill. Work in residential, commercial, retail and hospitality projects has spurred an approach that is defined not by typology or scale but by inventive process. The practice works collaboratively with the express purpose of testing multiple ways to resolve the complexities of architecture.
For Twohill and James, architecture is the medium through which the process of invention materializes as a collection of tangible experiences, where the purpose of each architectural iteration is to leave indelible visual and sensory imprints on the user, occupant and passerby alike.