global multifaceted interdisciplinary design studio
bolger.studio is focussed on the design delivery of buildings and developments which draw from and compliment their surroundings. Our influences are drawn from architecture, art, photography, popular culture and travel.
True to the ethos of the company, we do not have a fixed office space. This frees us from the overheads and demands which many design practises face, it ensures that all our projects are suited to our skill-set.
Our built environment must respond to it’s inhabitants; first and foremost to their needs then to their desires. Our experience has been extracted from education, practical experience and continued global travel. This has provided us with an understanding of history, local cultures and environmental factors which influence a design and ensure that the scheme is responsive to it’s surroundings. Each project is influenced by the unique ecology which surrounds it, this responsive deign is in contravenence to the current mass produced architecture which inhabits out cities, towns and countryside.
Our focus is not on being different; it is about being better. With tailored solutions, we produce designs which enhance our urban fabric. It is unacceptable to delegate understanding. We are a continually changing and growing studio which is an open platform for experimentation with ideas.
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