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10×10 London Event
Painting by Laurie Chetwood:
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10×10 London Event – 13 Dec 2011
Re-examining the City – 10×10 London
Every day millions of people walk through the City of London. They walk past ancient landmarks, historic buildings and modern megaliths, but most of these architectural points of interest go unnoticed.
To remedy this, “10×10” was created. A drawing event that sent 100 artists and architects out onto the streets of London to rediscover these beautiful, yet hidden and forgotten, details of the City. The works that were created were then auctioned in aid of Article 25 on December 1st at the stunning German Gymnasium at Kings Cross raising over £82,000 for the charity.
Chetwood Associates – Practice News 2009
Chetwoods forges alliance with Norwegian education specialist
27 Aug 2009
Chetwood Associates has formed a partnership with Norwegian practice Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter to provide the best in innovative educational design and construction.
The synergy between the two practices sees Chetwoods environmental prowess twinned with KJA’s educational experience and innovation. The partnership has been formed in readiness for the next wave of BSF school commissions, including those in Derbyshire where Chetwoods is part of the Equitix consortium.
Chetwoods BREEAM Supreme GPark Blue Planet, England:
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Chetwoods director, Mark Dorril, says: “We were looking for a partner and found Kristin Jarmund on the BDCSE best practice website.” Dorril has visited KJA and several of its Norwegian school projects. “Their level of innovation in the Norwegian education sector is high and it is of a type that can be transferred well to the more conservative UK market.”
The partnership will see Chetwoods act as lead architect, employing KJA as a consultant during the design process. Chetwoods will provide architectural resources for the delivery of projects.
Kristin Jarmund of KJA, says: “We are delighted to have the opportunity of collaborating with Chetwoods; a British architectural firm of high standards. We believe that our extensive experience of building new Norwegian schools will allow us to contribute with ideas and qualities that can be of interest to the development of school projects with Chetwood Associates in Derbyshire.”
Chetwood Associates – Key Buildings
Designs by Chetwood Associates, alphabetical:
Andes House – proposal, South America
Butterfly house, Surrey, southeast England
Copper in Architecture Award Shortlist 2005 + RIBA Regional Award 2004
The Boom, Hull, northeast England
Chapel – housing, Southampton, Hampshire, south England
174 new homes
Chatterley Valley Blue Planet – Business Park, Staffordshire, England
Destination Universitas – desert refuge, Lake Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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A unique desert refuge where world leaders may discover clarity and personal renewal. The design is for a sanctuary for world leaders in the Nevada desert. The drawings were commissioned from UK architect Laurie Chetwood of Chetwood Architects and architect/artist Doug Patterson of Patterson Buxton by founder/director of the Universitas Leadership Sanctuary, Donna Vassar.
Sainsbury’s, Clapham High St, London SW4
Sainsbury’s Greenwich, southeast London, UK
The Technium, Cardiff, Wales
Wind dam, Lake Lagoda, north-west Russia
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