Marsh Hill

Mole Architects

Marsh Hill by Mole Architects

Designed by Manser Medal winner Mole Architects, Marsh Hill is a one-off house built in an isolated position overlooking the estuary of the River Alde in Suffolk. Read more »

Whatever happened to postmodernism?

David Kohn Architects


David Kohn will be speaking at the Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W) at an event organised in association with the current exhibition At the End: Architecture; Journeys through Time 1959 – 2019.
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Chilean Design Biennial 2017

Hugh Broughton Architects


Hugh Broughton will participate in the 6th Design Biennial in Santiago, Chile on 13 January 2017. The theme, Design on Alert, will consider the role of design as a strategic factor in the formulation of policies and actions – particularly in regions with challenging environmental conditions.

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Wenslauer House, Amsterdam

31/44 Architects


31/44 has completed Wenslauer House, a new spacious family home on a constrained site in central Amsterdam. Read more »

Working with the Diocese of London

White arkitekter


The Diocese of London (DoL) has appointed White Arkitekter to redevelop and unlock opportunities on one of its key sites, located at the heart of the Grahame Park Regeneration Scheme, Colindale, in the London Borough of Barnet. The rest of the Grahame Park Regeneration is delivered by Genesis Housing Association in partnership with London Borough of Barnet.

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York Theatre Royal wins INSIDE Award

De Matos Ryan


York Theatre Royal has won the Civic, Culture & Transport Award at INSIDE World Festival of Interiors 2016. Read more »

Clifford’s Tower

Hugh Broughton Architects


Parts of Clifford’s Tower which have been unseen for decades will be revealed once more as planners approved an ambitious English Heritage project to transform the visitor experience at the York landmark.

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Sunday Times British Homes Award win for Godson Street

Edgley Design


Edgley Design has won The Sunday Times British Homes Award for Godson Street in the Mixed-Use Development category.

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ADAPT-r lecture and exhibition



Ambika P3, University of Westminster, will present a new exhibition, ADAPT-r, with Deborah Saunt, Director of DSDHA and an ADAPT-r fellow at RMIT Europe, delivering the opening lecture on 25 November 2016.

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White Arkitekter at the Alliance of Construction Networks’ London conference

White arkitekter


Geoff Denton, London studio, White Arkitekter, will speak in the Alternative Housing Models session of the Alliance of Construction Networks’ London conference on 22 November.

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Fergus Feilden at the Building Live 2016 Conference

Feilden Fowles


Fergus Feilden will speak at the Building Live 2016 conference on 29 November, joining the panel discussion ‘School Building: How can we build better schools, faster?’.

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Transforming London Streets conference

White arkitekter


Linda Thiel, Director, London studio, White Arkitekter, will present a keynote lecture at the Transforming London Streets conference taking place at Southwark Cathedral on 23 September 2016.

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‘Context and Connections: the work of Hugh Broughton Architects’ at KADK, Copenhagen

Hugh Broughton Architects


Hugh Broughton will speak as part of The International Lecture Series at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture (KADK) in Copenhagen on 29 September 2016. Read more »

Redchurch Corner, Shoreditch

31/44 Architects


31/44 has regenerated a prominent corner building within a conservation area on Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London.

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New College Oxford shortlisted for WAF Award 2016

David Kohn Architects

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David Kohn Architects’ design for a new quad for New College, Oxford, has been shortlisted for a World Architecture Festival Future Project Award 2016. Read more »

Mews House, Highgate

Russell Jones

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Russell Jones has recently completed a two storey two-bedroom mews house with an enclosed courtyard in Highgate, North London. The use of pale Wienerberger Marziale brick and a carefully selected mortar blended with white cement, lime and washed river sand, has resulted in an arresting insertion in an area relinquishing its backland history to become a secluded residential enclave.

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