30 June 2019
Catalogue of Interventions
The Catalogue of Interventions is a list of possible future improvements for North End Road, based on what we have learnt from shoppers, traders, and residents. See the full catalogue here.
17 December 2018
North End Road
We have been appointed by Hammersmith & Fulham Council to support the community-led redesign of North End Road in Fulham, one of London's historic markets.
17 September 2018
The Library at Kenton, built in 1939 by Curtis and Burchett for Middlesex County Council, is open on Saturday 22nd September for Open House London. Our refurbishment for Harrow Libraries reveals the original public rooms and adds new curved bookshelves to make spaces to sit, work, and read.
27 April 2018
Our proposal for a zero-carbon local shopping centre has been shortlisted for the Crown Estate's Future Retail Destinations competition.
6 April 2018
We have submitted a planning application to adapt and extend Longfield Hall in Camberwell. The Hall is a venue for theatre and dance and accommodates a nursery, several churches, and a dance school. It is part of the Minet Estate in Camberwell, which provided housing for all social classes and incorporated a large number of public buildings around Myatt’s Field’s Park. In the 1970s it was home to the Dark & Light Theatre Company, the first publicly funded Black theatre in the UK.
4 April 2018
We are delighted to have been appointed to the GLA’s Architecture and Urbanism Panel to support local authorities with Engagement, Local Regeneration, and Design Advice from now until 2022. The ADUP panel of approved consultants was selected from over 1,100 entries and is part of the Mayor’s Good Growth by Design programme.
30 March 2018
Good Growth Fund
198 Contemporary Arts & Learning supports artists, curators, and young people from BAMER communities. Our project for their new art gallery, education and enterprise space in Herne Hill has been awarded £475,000 from the Mayor's Good Growth Fund.
Sadiq Khan, said: “I am using this funding to challenge preconceptions about how regeneration takes place. I want to give all Londoners – regardless of background – the opportunity to be actively involved in their city and have more places to live, learn, work and play. The projects I announced funding for today will help us to tackle inequality, strengthen civil society, and ensure the benefits of regeneration are felt by all.”
28 March 2018
We are working on a feasibility study for the Friends of Ruskin Park, a charity working with Lambeth Council to preserve, protect and improve this historic South London park. Support their Crowdfunder to re-open the paddling pool here.
14 August 2017
Our new freestanding workspace pavilion in Evelina Children’s Hospital, part of the St. Thomas’ Hospital campus, is now in use and has been published in The Architects' Journal and Architecture Today. 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.