Red Deer design spaces & objects, seeking to demystify the process of working with an architect in both residential and food & beverage.
Lina Stores. Photograph: Mariell Lind-Hansen
The practice was founded by architects Lionel Real de Azúa, Ciarán O’Brien and Lucas Che Tizard in an attempt to better engage with the world around them.
OTHERWORLD. Photography: Mariell Lind-Hansen
A love for the ‘unexpected form’ is a starting point in their design work, studio ethos and adventures in travel.
Birch Hotel. Photography: Adam Firman
Describing themselves, the founders say they are ‘grown men with crayons’ referencing their approach to work as creative, without boundaries and excited by challenges.
Red Deer consider design as the playful pursuit of studied carelessness, forging strong relationships with their clients on each project in order to fully understand how they can bring their language of design to each collaboration.
LINO. Photography: Mariell Lind-Hansen
Red Deer’s founders have an ancestry from France, North America, Uruguay, Argentina, Great Britain and Ireland, all sharing a common inhabitant of the red deer species.
The practice has since grown and now employs eleven architects from nine nationalities.
Gra. Photography: Hannah Wilson