Located in London, United Kingdom, Young practice create distinctive and exciting architecture across the public domain was designed by Featherstone Young. Their practice achieves this by creating distinctive and exciting architecture across the public domain; they are inspired by locality and the people that live within it. The practice encourages public participation in order to ensure that people are actively involved in making positive changes within their neighbourhoods.
Their Ty-Hedfan project, meaning ‚Äòhovering house’, takes full advantage of its riverside location. It is an exploration of the practice’s interest in highly site-specific and contextual architecture, taking its cue from the traditional Welsh long house form, using local material and fully utilizing the topography of the site to create a striking and distinctive form.