Design Philosophies "The Sheltering of Man"

“Seek a space of restoration for the mind, body and soul, rather than empty decoration. An important design ethic  we originate with.”

Indigenous structure or primitive shelters are found to be holistic and symbolic with profound meaning to the contexts of culture and land.

The beauty of indigenous civilisation and their primitive shelters is that they experienced a nature phenomena, not by knowledge but by personal experience and emotion that lives in harmony with nature and land.

A space that expresses gratitude for nature and the earth is surely set to be a restoration for man and a great spiritual provision. Elements that embody meaning and naturalistic materials will re-cultivate a connection between Architecture, People and Nature…

Tactile walls

IMAGE: CONCEPT VISUAL INTERIOR BY DYKWR STUDIO A tactile interior is an essential approach to enticing a connection between people and architecture. Natural textures such as plaster or suede can provide depth, tone and rhythm. The combination of textures together in...

NEW BUILD PROJECT – MILTON KEYNES, UK

We provided this client with a minimalistic and contemporary interior design. A masculine bedroom scheme with a bespoke headboard was one of our favourite design aspects. The concepts were based around linear and soothing colours throughout. We designed the dining...