Feilden Fowles wins from shortlist of 5 architects for this architecture competition. 155 architects applied for this design contest for a new building housing a dining hall for 300 people.
Design: Nicholas Hare Architects
This Further Education College offers degree courses in collaboration with the University of Surrey. Most of the college buildings were designed by Hampshire Architects Department under the guidance of Sir Colin Stansfield-Smith.
Lecture by architect Jonathan Segal, Founder and Principal of Jonathan Segal Architecture and Development. He has created and modeled the unique practice of ‘Architect as Developer’ for over two decades.
Churchill Revisited, London:
a debate about the architectural competition for one of the first Cambridge Colleges of the modern era.
In 1959, four architectural teams were shortlisted to design Churchill College:
• Chamberlain Powell & Bon
• Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
• Richard Sheppard Robson & Partners
• Stirling & Gowan
For the Roberts Pavilion project had to meet the challenges of a compact site, the architects sank the central basketball arena below grade and placed other functions around the edges.
Design: Wright & Wright Architects
The project spans the three lower floors of Nos. 3&4 Carlton House terrace – which was designed by John Nash in 1827- and contains an exciting combination of vaults and double-height spaces.
Design: Erginoglu & Calislar Architects
TAC-SEV New Campus is built across from the existing property of Tarsus American College, a well established educational institution with a 100 year history. It includes a primary school, dormitory and multipurpose building
Scotland-based design and architecture firm, Keppie Design worked with leading construction company, Dixons Contractors, to complete the Academy of Sport and Wellbeing at Perth College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland.
Design: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
The site for this building, with its very tangible cultural and historical context and physical limitations, is the opposite of a blank slate.
Design: Marios Christodoulides Christos Christodoulou, Architects
An Art School and residence for an Art Instructor and her family: to be located on the same plot and function independently with separate street access, but with direct and safe access from one to the other.