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21 Jul 2017
Niall McLaughlin Architects News
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26 May 2018
West Court, Jesus College, Cambridge is a RIBA East Awards Winner in 2018
28 Mar 2018
RIBA East Awards Shortlist 2018
West Court, Jesus College, Cambridge, is one of nineteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA East 2018 regional awards:
Ayr Riverside Development Construction
Architects: Keppie Design ; Masterplan by Niall McLaughlin Architects
Construction work is set to get under way early next year on a new £10m Ayr Riverside Office Development following an agreement led by development partner hub South West, acting alongside South Ayrshire Council, to award the construction contract to Tier 1 contractor, Morgan Sindall.
28 Feb 2017
Ayr Waterfront Masterplan Approval
The architects have won approval for this bold masterplan in South West Scotland.
Known as the Riverside Block between the medieval “Auld Brig” and the Victorian “New Bridge”, the plans include sweeping away the massive retail stores which have blocked access to the river since the 1960s and the creation of landscaped public realm alongside a festival building and an elegant new waterfront for the town, according to South Ayrshire Council.
Full Planning Application: Ayr Riverside Masterplan by Niall McLaughlin Architects
23 Nov 2016
Ayr Riverside Masterplan
Ayr Renaissance, a body formed by South Ayrshire Council to lead the regeneration of Ayr town centre has submitted an ambitious waterfront masterplan, report Urban Realm.
22 + 21 Sep 2016
Níall McLaughlin wins 2016 RIBA Charles Jencks Award for architecture
21 September 2016 – The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (21 September 2016) announced Níall McLaughlin, founder of Níall McLaughlin Architects, as winner of the 2016 RIBA Charles Jencks Award.
The award is given to an individual or practice that has recently made a major contribution internationally to both the theory and practice of architecture. It will be presented on Tuesday 25 October at the RIBA in London, where the winner will also give a public lecture chaired by Charles Jencks.
27 May 2016
Natural History Museum Scheme, London, UK
Proposals to transform the surroundings of the Natural History Museum, London, have been lodged with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Architect Alfred Waterhouse’s building is a visual essay of the intellectual landscape of its day. Commissioned by the naturalist Richard Owen, who disagreed with Darwin that a creature could move from one phylum to another as part of the process of Natural Selection, the skeletal gothic structure teems with wildlife divided into separate species, as a counter to Darwin’s ideas of transmutation. We enjoy the paradox of a monument to a discredited premise embedded in the city, reports Níall McLaughlin Architects. It speaks of the diversity and complexity of the natural world and the fluid landscape of scientific research of which the museum is a global leader.
Our proposal incorporates a new public garden square at the corner of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road, with a campanile, announcing the presence of the museum at this important junction. The base of the tower forms a new entrance to the museum that is accessed directly from the tunnel connecting back to the tube station. A new east-west promenade within the railings enclosing the museum re-instates the view of Waterhouse’s beautifully zoomorphic south facade, with a contemporary urban garden exploring ‘future nature’ laid out at the western end. We intend that the east-west sequence story, from geology and paleontology through to future nature, encapsulated within the museum, will now be given public expression in the newly configured gardens of the exterior setting.
24 Nov 2015
Niall McLaughlin Architects to represent Ireland at Architecture Exhibition in Venice in 2016
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht,
today (16 November, 2015) announced the selection of Niall McLaughlin Architects to represent
Ireland at the 15 th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice in 2016.
Bishop Edward King Chapel, Cuddesdon
Design: Niall Maclaughlin
photograph © Niall Ferguson
Chapel in Oxfordshire – 20 Jun 2013
Ripon College Cuddesdon and the Oxford Ministry Course combine to make a thriving, vibrant single institution providing theological education and training for ministry. The new Chapel building will be built as part of a major programme of expansion and consolidation of its buildings in order to meet the needs of ministerial formation and Christian education in the 21st century.
Student Accommodation, Somerville College, Oxford, England
Niall McLaughlin Architects
photo : Nick Kane
Student Accommodation Somerville College
RIBA Awards 2012 winner
The demolition of the Radcliffe Infirmary exposed a long blank façade as the college had long turned its back on the hospital. An exchange of land allowed a development on this edge site containing new student rooms thus meaning the college can re-orientate its grounds towards a new Humanities faculty. Just six metres deep by 175 metres long the site is just big enough for a row of rooms with a connecting corridor. Externally it creates one side of a new, yet to be completed street.
Bishop Edward King Chapel, Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, southeast England
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Niall McLaughlin Architects : Bishop Edward King Chapel
Niall McLaughlin Architects has won the RIBA competition to design a new College Chapel in Oxfordshire. Ripon College Cuddesdon and the Oxford Ministry Course combine to make a thriving, vibrant single institution providing theological education and training for ministry. The new Chapel building will be built as part of a major programme of expansion and consolidation of its buildings in order to meet the needs of ministerial formation and Christian education in the 21st century.
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts – LAMDA, London, UK
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Niall McLaughlin Architects – Key Projects
Major Projects by Niall McLaughlin Architects, alphabetical:
ARC Hull, northeast England
photo © Niall McLaughlin
Niall McLaughlin Architects : Hull building
Dirk Cove House
Conversion of a ruined Coastguard Station, Ireland
photograph © Niall McLaughlin
Niall McLaughlin : Irish building
Silvertown Housing, Silvertown, East London, UK
Peabody Trust design competition
photograph © Niall McLaughlin
London housing : Fresh Ideas for Low Cost Housing
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Castleford Forum, Yorkshire, England
Daycare & Respite Centre (for Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland), Dublin, Ireland
De La Warr Pavilion Bandstand, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England
House at Jacob’s Ladder, Oxfordshire, England
T1 Building, King’s Cross, north London
Architecture competition winner
St James the Great Church + residential development, Peckham, south London
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