Benoy confirms Heathrow Airport Appointment. Supporting Lead Architect, Grimshaw Architects, Benoy’s commercial masterplanning scope will be site-wide and consider enhancement opportunities across each of the terminal areas.
The Architecture Foundation creates first comprehensive survey of masters-level architectural design teaching in London, aggregating all 88 MArch and Diploma studios from eleven architecture schools into a single searchable database.
London Architecture Tours – new buildings. “I have nothing but good things to say about our guide. We were all very satisfied, and very impressed about his skills and knowledge. He was always on time, he was always in a great mood…and he seemed to know everything about every building we passed. We can truly recommend both e-architect and the guide!”
Design: Belsize Architects
Nutley Terrace is Located between a 1940s apartment block and a series of Edwardian town houses, with woodland to the rear, it introduces a contemporary profile, while mediating between the two adjacent architectural periods.
London Garden Bridge news – public’s help requested to plug funding gap for controversial £175m footbridge design by Thomas Heatherwick across the Thames.
Design: Hodder and Partners, architects
The University of London, in partnership with University Partnership Programmes close a £105m deal to house over 500 students in a new 33-storey building in Stratford.
Design: Tsuruta Architects
Replacement of the original extension called for an intervention that could be a part of the original main building, without replicating classical vocabulary or gesture. The intent was to keep a sense of everyday memory.
Design: Peter Barber Architects
Beautiful new homeless facility providing high quality residential accommodation together with training and counselling facilities all laid out around a new courtyard garden, winner of an invited architecture competition.
Design: Herzog & de Meuron + Lifschutz Davidson Sandiland, architects
Planners set to approve the redevelopment of Chelsea FC’s cramped London stadium. This sculptural brick and steel building increases capacity at Stamford Bridge from 41,837 to 60,000.
Design: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
The Pembury Circus project, is a development for Peabody and Bellway Homes providing 268 high quality new homes as well as shops, offices, a gym, a nursery and a large community center.