The end of Modernism in Architecture
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 30 January 2020
The end of Modernism in Architecture

The end of Modernism in Architecture How things begin We have been hearing of the end of modernism for a long time, why is it still here? Art movements are founded on a philosophy as well as being fixed in the era the movement operates in. It is always difficult to mark a specific start...

Policy H2 Small sites, Draft New London Plan
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 22 November 2019
6 steps to build a new house on a small London site

Advise on how the GLA “Policy H2 Small Sites” can work for you   The Greater London Council is putting small sites front and centre in the new Draft London Plan as a key to solving the ongoing housing crisis. The GLA estimates that the city can provide vast number of small sites. The draft...

Parametric Design is Changing Architecture
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 16 October 2019
8 Reasons why parametric design is changing Architecture

8 Reasons why parametric design is changing Architecture Parametric Design I first came across systemic and parametric design approaches while studying at the Architectural Association in London in the late 90s. Since then I have participated in and conducted research around digital and computational design. My Nordic roots drive me increasingly towards materiality and CNC...

London housing crisis needs
Posted by Gudjon Erlendsson | 03 March 2017
London Housing Crisis and possible solutions (2019 context)

Urban planning is a strategic endeavour. It involves the maintenance and improvements of the existing and facilitation of growth, or reduction. It uses statistical tools to predict future needs and strategically plans for the urban accommodation of those needs. When these strategies are not met, Urban Planning is failing. The “housing crisis” in the UK...