Another great project design was born from the great collaboration between two architects that already known for their greatness of architecture design in worldwide. and right here we got a stunning project called SPACEPLATES Greenhouse Bristol designed by the collaboration of N55 Design Studio and Anne Romme an architect based in Copenhagen, Denmark. N55 choose Anne Romme to be their partner because beside Anne Romme already experienced in this architecture field since holds a B.Arch. from the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union, an M.Arch from the Aarhus School of Architecture, and an M.Arch.II degree from Princeton University School of Architecture. Work experience includes DillerScofidio+Renfro, Francois DeMenil Architect, PeiCobbFreed&Partners, and Agrest & Gandelsonas Architects. She also was awarded the 2008 “Time To Design – New Talent Award” in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2011 she was assistant curator of the exhibition ”Drawing by Drawing – Svein Tønsager and Friends” at the Danish Architecture Center, and in 2005 she was co-curating (with Lebbeus Woods) an exhibition of the work of Architect Svein Tønsager at the Cooper Union. She has been an editor for Pidgin Magazine.
From the outside, no one will realize that this unique and stunning building is a class room space for the growing and horticulture students and teachers at the South Their Skills Academy Bristol in Bristol. 72 m2 unique architecture building design was built based on the sea urchin geometry, where hexagons are arranged on a geodesic grid on a sphere. Five spheres intersect each other and form a sequence of spaces. via