Ice Cream Architecture

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The bubbling excitement for the ice cream man is easily mimicked through the friendly presence of the Ice Cream Architecture van in Scotland. An office? Who needs one when Desmond Bernie and Sarah Frood, co-founders of the company, can bring the workplace to the road. The two strive to bring engagement and community to architectural planning in a fun and interactive way. The ice is shattered in workshops, festivals, charettes and events in how simply the architectural energy and conversation can flow. With an overall goal of involving clients in every phase of the design process, Ice Cream Architecture provides a place for community groups and clients to develop their projects into real structures and buildings.

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