• Current WorksApril 2018

    The practice has begun work on a series of projects exploring residential extension and refurbishment across the UK.

    At Kilburn a roof level extension is proposed to create a new bedroom and en-suite bathroom, it’s pale timber fenestration formed as a delicate complimentary partner to the masonry of the conservation area within which the home sits.

    In Salisbury the practice is working with a young family on the refurbishment of their riverside home. The first phase of the project sees the interior reworked as host to a series of large autonomous furniture elements.

  • Antlers GalleryFebruary 2018

    Chan Brisco Architects are working with Antlers Gallery to develop a new not for profit, mixed use arts space in Bristol.

    Antlers is a gallery that champions contemporary artists through innovative projects: exhibitions, fairs, collaborations and commissions.

    The new space will comprise of a cafe, bookshop, gallery spaces and accompanying artist studios.

  • Kingston School of ArtNovember 2017

    First year architecture students from the Kingston School of Art have been building a playful landscape of timber interventions at the Building Centre. The works imagine an alternative future for Store Street’s south crescent.

    Working in distinct studio groups, the students have conceived, fabricated, and assembled five independent structures. Studio E have constructed a small red-topped tower where they hope the public might pause to rest and look up about them to the mature tree canopy and rhythmic facades of the crescent.

    Thom Brisco leads the studio alongside Amalia Skoufoglou. The pieces are open for the public to inhabit and will stand until the 24th of November.

    © Kingston School of Art

  • Welsh School of ArchitectureAugust 2017

    Nicola and Thom have been selected to run a third year undergraduate studio at the Welsh School of Architecture for the 2017/18 academic year.

    Titled ‘To the Sea’ the studio will focus its research on the shoreline, situating its work amongst the geological, historical and societal conditions that reside in seaside towns.

    Thom will continue to run a first year studio at the Kingston School of Art.