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Hakes Associates : Architecture
Contemporary Architects Practice London, England, UK Design Studio Information
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Hakes Associates – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Hakes Associates:
King’s Cross – Gasholder No. 8 competition – submission, London, England, UK
Date built: 2009
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King’s Cross Gasholder No. 8 competition
80 design submissions were received for the first stage of the competition, which launched in June and a judging panel selected five entries to move forward to the next stage of the competition. The judging panel, consisting of the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (Argent King’s Cross Limited Partnership, London & Continental Railways and DHL) and masterplanners for King’s Cross Central, have shortlisted the following five architects and landscape architects practices:
– Bell Phillips & Kimble – an events space and landscaped gardens
– Feix & Merlin – helter skelter slide
– Gustafson Porter – landscaped space
– Hakes Associates – events space within a reflective ball
– Loop Architecture – pavilion and landscaped area
Liverpool footbridge, North West England, UK
Date built: 2005
Design with engineer Buro Happold
Bridge of Hope Open international competition in Liverpool
Mobius Bridge, Bristol, South West England, UK
Architectural competition winner
Wycoller Visitor Centre, Lake District, Cumbria, North West England, UK
Date built: 2002
Location: southern Lakes, near Grange-over-Sands
RIBA award: 2002
Chapel and auditorium, London, England, UK
Date built: –
Architectural competition winner for a 350-seat chapel and auditorium.
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Hakes Associates Architects – Practice Information
Architect studio based in England, UK
Julian and Cari-Jane Hakes began their working collaboration having won their first commission in 1995, both aged 22.
They set up their first architecture studio in a spare student room and fielded clients and phonecalls from a payphone in the corridor. In their final term at Cambridge University they won an open international RIBA design competition for 150 sustainable urban homes. This led the pair to set up in architecture practice in 2000.
Their first completed project, the Wycoller Visitor Centre, Lancashire, was won through an open RIBA competition in 2001.
Hakes Associates : English Architects
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