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WHAT_architecture! : Design Studio
Contemporary Architect Practice London, England, UK Design Firm Info
Key Projects by WHAT_architecture!
Featured Buildings by WHAT_architecture!:
Columnar Towers in Hackney, London, England, UK
Design: NL Architects + WHAT Architecture
Date built: 2013-
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Colville Estate Towers – 27 Feb 2013
Columnar Towers is a proposal for a residential development of 199 apartments in Hackney, London. The project is part of a masterplan by Karakusevic Carson Architects for the regeneration of the Colville Estate. The high residential density demands of the project brief will inevitably result in large massing. Our proposal attempts to mitigate the effects of this by breaking each tower into a ‘bundle’ of seven smaller towers, or ‘columns’. Each mini-tower is formed by simple ‘stacks’ of single apartments.
Rooftop Nursery, London, England, UK
Date built: 2007
RIBA National Award 2007
Client: Rooftop Nursery
More design projects by WHAT Architecture online soon
Location:Transworld House, 100 City Road, London EC1Y 2BP, England
WHAT_architecture! Practice Information
Architect studio based in London, England
WHAT_architecture produces designs, applied research and buildings in the fields of architecture, urbanism and landscape.
Early projects by WHAT_architecture include the Venice exhibit (1991 Biennale Prize), the Temple of Laughter (Artifice 1994) and House on Motiti (Blueprint 1998).
Contact details for this architectural practice:
Address: Unit 37 ContainerVille,, 35 Corbridge Crescent,, London Fields,, London E2 9EZ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 20 3907 2290
WHAT_developments was established in 2010 as a niche property development company. The company’s first acquisition was the former Shoreditch Station off Brick Lane. This acquisition has since been followed by properties in emerging areas such as Peckham in Southwark and Poble Nou in Barcelona.
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