Pear Tree House

Edgley Design

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Edgley Design initiated, designed and contracted this new-build home in Dulwich, London, named for the 100 year old pear tree around which it has been built.

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Villa Waalre, Eindhoven

Russell Jones

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Russell Jones has completed a family residence in Waalre, near Eindhoven, Netherlands. Villa Waalre is located within a forested dune landscape, on a site formerly occupied by a villa designed by Louis C. Kalff, the influential Design Director of Philips.

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Great British Buildings Tour: The Portland Collection

Hugh Broughton Architects

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The RIBA National Award-winning Portland Collection at Welbeck, Nottinghamshire, will be open for a tour and presentation by its architect Hugh Broughton, as part of the Great British Buildings programme.

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Sadler’s Wells refurbishment

De Matos Ryan

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De Matos Ryan has been responsible for the refurbishment of Sadler’s Wells in Islington, London’s premier international dance house.

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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 »

The Reach, West Thamesmead

Pitman Tozer


Pitman Tozer Architects working with Peabody has submitted plans for The Reach, a 5,500 sq m, 66 home mixed-use development in West Thamesmead, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Read more »

Roxeth Library redevelopment



Harrow Council Regeneration Unit has appointed RCKa to develop proposals to secure the future of Roxeth Library by provision of housing alongside new library and community facilities.  Read more »

Joseph Walsh Studio Masterplan


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IF_DO has unveiled 10-year strategic masterplan for the Irish campus of Joseph Walsh, an internationally acclaimed furniture designer and maker. Read more »

Corner House Wins NLA Award


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Corner House is one of 26 category winners to be awarded a New London Award for Housing. DSDHA has worked in collaboration with Derwent London to deliver a discreet yet alluring brick corner building in Fitzrovia, central London, that brings delight to its surroundings while engaging in an active dialogue with the wider context of the city.

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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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RIBA National Award 2016 for Davenies School



The redevelopment of Davenies School in Beaconsfield by DSDHA is one of 46 buildings across the UK to win a prestigious RIBA National Award, having received an RIBA South Award in May 2016.
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LFA 2016: Feilden Fowles raise the roof at Oasis Farm, Waterloo

Feilden Fowles

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One of the highlights of the London Festival of Architecture 2016, Young Architect of the Year Award winner Feilden Fowles will be hosting an event on Saturday 25 June 12-4pm in their new studio space at Oasis Farm, Waterloo. Read more »

RIBA National Award 2016 for The Portland Collection

Hugh Broughton Architects

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The Portland Collection at The Harley Gallery by Hugh Broughton Architects is one of 46 buildings nationwide to win an RIBA National Award. This follows the announcement in May that it won four RIBA East Midlands Awards, including the Sustainability Award, Conservation Award and Building of the Year Award.

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The Museum of Making, Clerkenwell Design Week 2016

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The Museum of Making, designed by White Arkitekter, is one of the showcase site-specific pavilions for this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week, which runs in London from 24-26 May 2016. Read more »

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