The City of London grants planning permission for revised proposals which reduce the building height by 23m. The landmark office building included an innovation centre that will support progressive new City businesses.
Four new buildings on a site bordered by Dace Road, Monier Road and Smeed Road will provide 110 new homes and 6,300 sq m of commercial and light industrial space arranged around a central landscaped courtyard.
The London Aquatics Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is celebrating its 3rd anniversary of being open to the public with an Open Day full of swimming and fitness activities on Saturday, 4th March.
Chelsea buildings news, southwest London architecture – an impressive four-bedroom home for £4,750,000. Requiring a full renovation, this characterful 2,013 sqft terrace property is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture.
London Festival of Architecture news – call for entries is being extended for this year’s LFA Fringe until10 March. The theme ‘memory’ is beng explored in 2017 – a rich theme that can be interpreted in countless interesting ways.
London Garden Bridge news – report by the Charity Commission concludes that charity trustees acted in compliance with charity law. for controversial £175m footbridge design by Thomas Heatherwick across the River Thames.
The station’s £1bn redevelopment, part of the Thameslink Programme, is currently in its final phase. London’s oldest railway station, 180 years old, is undergoing a major building redevelopment due to complete in 2018.
Brick Awards winner, design by Caruso St John Architects, London. Conversion of a street of listed industrial buildings into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst. Winner of Stirling Prize 2016.
Architect Diébédo Francis Kéré, Burkino Faso, commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2017, responding to the brief with a bold, innovative structure that brings his characteristic sense of light and life to the lawns of Kensington Gardens.