Atelier Ten has marked its 25th anniversary by launching a new book, Invisible Architecture. It comprises a collection of essays written by staff and guest contributors, and focuses on the unseen elements of a building such as heat, light, air and sound.
Reflecting on more than two decades of design, Patrick Bellew, founding director, said: ‘We use “invisible architecture” to design buildings that minimise energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Our primary preoccupation is to deliver outstanding buildings for our clients with our architect collaborators.’
Atelier Ten has been behind a long line of award-winning buildings including the Gardens By The Bay in Singapore, pictured, which won International Project of the Year at the CIBSE Building Performance Awards in 2014.