BakerBrown Studio's work was cited in the Financial Times within the article "Are salvaged materials the future of building design?"
A few of Duncan's quotes cited in the article:
“Until about 2010, I was bent on proving that locally sourced organic materials were the way forward but then I realised I’d been ignoring the big pile of rubbish behind me, so I challenged myself to create a building from trash.”
and, talking about our Streat Hill project:
"Burnt bricks aren’t load bearing so we’ve used them as aggregates for mortars, cement flooring and coping stones; and we’re using chalk dug up from the groundworks for internal plasters."
Red the full article here