30 June 2017
Our new freestanding workspace pavilion in Evelina Children’s Hospital, part of the St. Thomas’ Hospital campus, is now in use. A lightweight canopy structure provides shading, lighting, and privacy for medical staff working within the main atrium space, looking over Archbishop’s Park.
The design was developed with Structure Workshop and fabricated by Wyliewood. Photo by Max Creasy.
22 June 2017
Our students in Studio 8 at the Cass are presenting their work on Manufacturing Landscapes at the Summer Show, which opens today and runs for two weeks.
21 February 2017
Our students in Studio 8 will present their work for the year so far at the Cass today. This year we are looking at industrial sites in the wetland landscape of Chichester Harbour and the design of "Model Factories" like the Menier Chocolate Factory in Noisiel outside Paris, which we visited together on the Field Trip last year.
8 February 2017
We're working with London Underground, the National Trust, and Central on a project for the Community Tube at Osterley Station on the Piccadilly Line. The project will investigate the spirit of place and the connections between the station, designed by Charles Holden and Stanley Heaps in the early 1930s, and Osterley House, designed by Robert Adam in the late 18th Century.
27 January 2017
We've recently finished the fit-out of Build Studios, a co-working and event space for the built environment sector. Located between Waterloo and Westminster tube stations, it is a not-for-profit company committed to developing a socially responsible built environment sector. More photos coming soon...
16 January 2017
We have been appointed by Harrow Council to work on the refurbishment of Kenton Library in collaboration with Objectif. The existing library by W.T. Curtis of Middlesex County Council was completed in 1939, and Grade II Listed in 1999.
23 June 2016
The Cass show opens tonight and runs until the 2nd of July. Our students in Studio 8 are showing their research and proposals for the Green Belt on the second floor.
William Morris imagined a future England as a productive garden of decentralised light industry, where beautiful factories would act as centres of education and harmonious gathering. Could London’s Green Belt within the M25 become a new productive landscape?
1 April 2016
The Library at Stanmore opens to the public tomorrow. We've been working hard on this project for the last three months with Objectif. More information to follow!
11 January 2016
New Architects 3
We're very pleased to have been included in New Architects 3, which is shortly to be published by the Architecture Foundation.
"New Architects 3 is the definitive survey of the best British architects to have set up practice in the ten years since 2005. The third book in the Architecture Foundation's highly influential series, it features close to 100 practices, selected by a jury of leading critics and curators. As a portrait of the emerging talent in one of the world's most consistently influential architectural cultures, New Architects 3 casts light on the future of architecture in the UK and beyond."
Read more and pre-order the book here.
18 December 2015
We've been shortlisted to develop a concept for a new market stall to help traders in Chrisp Street Market in Poplar, as part of the RIBA Middle of the Market competition. The project is part of the Chrisp Street Exchange program and is supported by funding from the Mayor of London’s High Street Fund.
21 September 2015
Brixton Design Trail
The new HustleBucks shop has opened for business in Brixton Village as part of the Brixton Design Trail. It's a social enterprise run by and for local young people, combining a fashion brand and a printing facility. We worked with the staff and apprentices to help them design and make the new fit-out; a yellow frame which holds pegboard panels, and mobile furniture elements which can be easily transformed and dressed for events. Come and visit if you're in the area!
8 July 2015
South Downs conference
Our students from Studio 8 at the Cass presented yesterday at the annual South Downs National Park Authority Research Conference in Midhurst. Their work on the rural economy and industry in the Sussex Downs was shown alongside research from a wide range of other disciplines.
"It’s really inspiring to see geologists, ecologists, architects and historians all sharing their ideas, and such a wide range of high quality work being carried out which will support the future of the South Downs."
Tanya Rowan, South Downs National Park Authority