Studio RHE have completed its £5m fit out of a luxury Health Club in the City of London for Third Space.
Hawkins\Brown and Architype complete first phase of Agar Grove, the UK’s largest Passivhaus development for London Borough of Camden, 38 socially-rented homes.
Leading consultant McBains has been appointed by the bank providing senior debt, to oversee the development of the world’s tallest modular towers in Croydon, South London.
Public consultation for New Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge to look at three potential locations for a proposed bridge across the River Thames. A design team led by Denmark’s Bystrup Architecture Design and Engineering with London-based Robin Snell Architects, AECOM and DP9 won the architecture competition back in 2015.
Stratosphere, designed for Telford Homes, by Allies and Morrison and Stockwool, has transformed a brownfield site adjacent to Stratford station into two buildings boasting striking views.
Coal Drops Yard, reinventing two 1850s rail buildings, a major new King’s Cross shopping district and public space design by Heatherwick Studio.
New home for Above The Stag LGBT+ theatre company, design by FORMstudio, in two interconnecting railway arches, part of a wider regeneration in south London.
Architects IBLA have almost doubled the space inside this typical London townhouse with the addition of a pair of ‘secret’ new floors at the top and bottom of the property.
London architecture news – No1 New Oxford Street by architects Orms ; Tolworth Mental Health Hospital by Danish design office C.F. Møller Architects ; Camberwell College of Arts Building ; Architectural Association AA Director Shortlist.
The repurposed 453 sqm building, Hox Haus, designed by 74 Architects, will serve as the central focus, clubhouse and social amenity for Hox Park student campus, for students attending Royal Holloway, University of London.
Criticism for New European headquarters of Bloomberg LP, designed by architects Foster+Partners, winner of 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize: an ‘exemplar of sustainable development’, with a BREEAM Outstanding rating – the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office development.
Science Gallery London building design by LTS Architects the space provides exhibition galleries, a lecture and performance theatre, events facilities, a café, shop and newly restored Georgian courtyard.
Architecture Initiative designed the London Screen Academy in Islington – a new sixth form free school to train pupils in the full range of skills needed for the screen industries which include film and television.
Evans Randall Investors has worked with central London development manager CORE and John Robertson Architects to create an entirely new building in line with their growing reputation for reinventing tired and out-of-date offices.