Fitzrovia buildings for The Berners-Allsopp Estate: 36,500 sq ft at 42 Berners Street and 8,664 sq ft at 18 Wells Street provide new offices, retail and two apartments in the West End’s most liveable neighbourhood.
Gatehouse School, Victoria Park, London, design by Child Graddon Lewis (CGL): transformation of an independent primary school and nursery in inner-city East London, built in 1901 – vertical expansion and extensive internal refurbishment.
Designed by Junya Ishigam the roof of the Serpentine Pavilion 2019 is made by arranging slates to create a canopy that alludes to nature. It appears to emerge from the ground of the surrounding Park.
Flagship Microsoft Store in London Oxford Circus designed by Gensler to build connections with the local community, customers and businesses by allowing visitors to partake in learning opportunities, new experiences and community activities, whilst preserving the Grade II listed building.
The station’s £1bn redevelopment, part of the Thameslink Programme, rebuild earns top CEEQUAL score. London’s oldest railway station, and the country’s fourth busiest, has nearly doubled passenger capacity.
Low Line Design Competition: London’s emerging world-class walkway and destination traces the path of the Victorian railway viaducts through Bankside, London Bridge and Bermondsey: RIBA international design competition.
New London 2144 competition: to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the iconic London landmark, Tower Bridge is calling all designers, artists, engineers and architects, to reimagine their vision for the London skyline 125 years from now.
The Royal Wharf Pier wins Transport & Infrastructure (Unbuilt winner) category at 2019 New London Awards. Developed by Ballymore & Oxley and designed by Nex—, it’s a new riverboat terminal and public space on the Thames.
Battersea Power Station Roof Terrace by LDA: panoramic views from one of Europe’s largest roof terraces, part of the transformation of Grade II* London industrial icon.
Designed by Architecture for London The Holland Park House project included a rear extension in matching brick, internal refurbishment and new landscaping.
Marble Arch Illumination for London Pride, for the first time one of London’s most recognisable landmarks has been illuminated with the colours of the iconic rainbow flag in celebration of Pride in London 2019, which takes place on Saturday, 6 July.
HUT’s design for 1 Hardwick street involves the comprehensive refurbishment and extension of a former warehouse building in Clerkenwell, London.
Designed by CAN Architects Mies X King George House is a re-imagined Georgian glasshouse re-connecting a Listed townhouse to it’s garden. The glazed enclosure is hung from a black steel frame which serves as structure and ornament.
Extended by Blee Halligan Architects, the Lantern Lean-to extension gives the client a large living space with utility, an extended kitchen to the side of the house, creating a delightful private courtyard and a light and spacious, lantern-like dining room.