Collected Volumes, The story of 81-87 Weston Street


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81-87 Weston Street’s collected volumes are the most recent iteration of a strand of thinking which has lasted almost 15 years. Guided by a belief that, by placing volume at the centre of the design, living spaces which are modest in plan can become extraordinary in experience, Solidspace has explored split- section living across a range of building scales and with a growing circle of architects and designers.

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Fijal House

Mole Architects



Fijal House is a new, two-storey family house sited between two Edwardian detached houses within Ely’s central Conservation Area. The house replaces a garage on a site originally intended as an additional plot when the street was planned in 1905. The architectural expression of the brick-clad house is a contemporary interpretation of the Edwardian differentiation between the plain flank walls and the decorative fronts.

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Housing Design Award win for Weston Street



Independent developer Solidspace and Stirling Prize-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris have won a Housing Design Award for their long-standing collaboration: 81-87 Weston Street.   Read more »

Waterloo City Farm, London

Feilden Fowles

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Feilden Fowles has completed the third phase of its masterplan of Waterloo City Farm: a new timber-framed education barn.

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Ty Pawb, Wrexham

Featherstone Young

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Ty Pawb (Everybody’s House) is a new model for an arts venue, designed by Featherstone Young. Its grand opening was celebrated with a street parade through Wrexham, North Wales. Read more »

Weston Street wins RIBA National Award 2018



Weston Street is one of 49 projects nationwide to be recognised with an RIBA National Award.

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Shouldn’t we all be developers? Berlin keynote


Mark Cocksedge

Roger Zogolovitch’s keynote lecture at Berlin’s 2018 MakeCity festival on 22 June will launch a panel discussion on unconventional approaches to realising urban projects.

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The Rookery, TUC Congress House

Hugh Broughton Architects


Hugh Broughton Architects has completed its latest phase of work with the Trades Union Congress (TUC): The Rookery, a new office development within the Grade II* listed post-war Modernist icon, Congress House.

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LFA 2018: Conservation in action: a new lease of life for the TUC’s iconic Congress House

Hugh Broughton Architects


Hugh Broughton Architects has been engaged in the careful restoration of the TUC’s London headquarters Congress House for the last 23 years. Read more »

LFA 2018: A to Z: Visits to two new distinctive developments in SE1

DSDHA Solidspace


A = Alex Monroe Workshop (DSDHA)
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Fab House, North Shields

TDO architecture


Fab House is a new modular constructed house typology designed by TDO architecture, working in collaboration with George Clarke for joint venture developers Places for People and Urban Splash. It is the latest architect-designed house typology in the House by Urban Splash portfolio.

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Antarctica New Zealand’s Scott Base redevelopment

Hugh Broughton Architects

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London–based Hugh Broughton Architects has teamed up with Jasmax, one of New Zealand’s largest architectural practices, on the redevelopment of Scott Base, New Zealand’s only Antarctic research station. Read more »

81-87 Weston Street, London SE1



Independent developer Solidspace and Stirling Prize-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris announce the completion of their long-standing collaboration: 81-87 Weston Street, a new mixed-use, mid-rise building in Southwark. Read more »

The Cambridge to Oxford Connection winner announced

Featherstone Young

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VeloCity, the all-female, multi-disciplinary team comprising Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, Featherstone Young, Marko and Placemakers, Mikhail Riches, Expedition Engineering and Khaa, has won The Cambridge to Oxford Connection two-stage ideas competition instigated by the National Infrastructure Commission. Read more »

Park House, Grove Park, Lewisham, South London

31/44 Architects

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Park House is a new-build urban house on a brownfield site backing onto the River Quaggy in the London Borough of Lewisham. Built as a speculative project for a private developer, it is now occupied by a young family who had followed the work of 31/44 Architects for some time, and became aware of the property when visiting 31/44’s RIBA House of the Year finalist, No. 49 Lewisham, during Open House London weekend in September 2016.

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Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion, Portsmouth

PAD studio

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PAD studio has completed its first public building, a new tennis pavilion on the seafront at Southsea, Portsmouth, hailed by Portsmouth City Council as ‘the most significant building to be built in this sensitive seafront area in 100 years.’ Read more »

The Houseboat wins Stephen Lawrence Prize 2017

Mole Architects


Mole Architects, in collaboration with executive architect Rebecca Granger Architects, has been awarded the Stephen Lawrence Prize for The Houseboat. Read more »

Winner in the Civic Trust Awards


IF_DO Dulwich Pavilion
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The Dulwich Pavilion has triumphed in the Civic Trust Awards 2018, as winner of the Pro-Tem Award for Temporary Projects or Installations. Read more »

Waterloo Community Farm, London

Feilden Fowles

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Feilden Fowles and the charities Jamie’s Farm and Oasis Hub Waterloo have created a collective home – and community farm – on an infill site in the London Borough of Lambeth.

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Jack Windmill, West Sussex

Featherstone Young


Featherstone Young has completed the renovation of Jack Windmill, a unique building complex which brings together a converted 19th century mill house and granary on the site of two well-loved West Sussex landmarks, Jack and Jill Windmills. Read more »

Green Sky Thinking 2018 Distinction, character and community: the making of a 21st century mansion block



Rory Olcayto, Chief Executive of Open-City, will be joining developer Roger Zogolovitch on a tour of 81-87 Weston Street, culminating in a Q&A in one of the apartments. Read more »

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