James Stirling’s lost utopia
We’re pleased to have designed the new website for our friends El Ganso on Broadway Market, East London
The latest in Seamless Recordings Crowd Pleasers series
Our Steve is pretty nosey
Welcome to the new improved castrocorp dot com v5.0. We’ve buried our heads in the code for the last month and we really hope you like the results!
And we rode the Wild Mouse!
The Tricorn Centre was a shopping, nightclub and car park complex in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. It was designed in the Brutalist style by Owen Luder and Rodney Gordon and took its name from the site’s shape which from the air resembled a tricorne hat. Constructed in the mid-1960s, it was demolished in 2004. It was home to one of the first Virgin Megastores and housed the largest Laser Quest arena in Europe.
We were incredibly busy this summer working on the design and production of no less than TEN compilation albums via Seamless Recordings for many Boutique hotels, beach resorts and famous club nights on the white isle.
We’re pretty chuffed with the outcome of this album, Kenny Dope mixed one CD, and it sold in bucket (headz) loads.