The Archae series draws on the embodiment of archetypal architectural forms that define the cornerstones of heirarchical society. The Castle, Palace, Arena, Temple, Spire and Memorial pavilions allude to the fragments of a cultural infrastructure that has persisted from ancient civilizations to modern times.

The pavilions employ an identical constructional unit, that of the square timber section element, that are organised in significant arrangments to create structural integrity. The assemblages achieve spatial unity using this simplest of building materials, while embodying a symbolic resonance in their reference to primary building typologies.