London Festival of Architecture news – call for entries for 2018 Festival, exploring ‘identity’ through a lively and diverse programme of public architectural events across the UK capital.
Timber Rising: Vertical visions for the cities of tomorrow. The first comprehensive architectural exhibition to look at the new revolution in timber high-rise building, in a space designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
IMCL Honor Award, Proposed Project – design by Burrell Foley Fischer Architects, a project to save the historic fabric and vibrant quality of life of a section of London has enormous international significance.
Architects 3DReid re-imagine the Millbrook Park master plan designs which overlook the newly created Panoramic Park and Officers’ Mess Gardens, with 111 apartments and 33 townhouses for Joseph Homes.
6 Wood Lane, designed by Birds Portchmouth Russum Architects, is an exuberant and well-loved home, carefully crafted for more than 7 years. 6 Wood Lane is one of two more of the UK’s best new homes are added to the RIBA House of the Year shortlist
London architecture news – info + photos of Feilden Fowles architects studio in Waterloo ; Belarusian Memorial Chapel building by Spheron Architects ; Fairfax House, Teddington, by Coupdeville ; and Metropolitan Police Training and Operations Facility in Hendon by Bennetts Associates.
Ladbroke Grove Youth Charity Focus on four local buildings: Kensal House, Trellick Tower, Stanley Gardens and Lancaster West, where Grenfell Tower is situated. Each building is listed except Lancaster West.
Turner Prize winning architecture collective Assemble appointed to design the new space for Goldsmiths CCA. It is their first major building commission, part of redeveloped Grade II listed Laurie Grove Baths.
Offering waterside living, the 31-storey residential tower design by Dutch architects UNStudio. Canaletto also has a swimming pool, health club, media room and resident’s club lounge with a terrace on the 24th floor.
The site for a new £90 m hospitality hub in Croydon, developed by LHG (London Hotel Group) and designed by hotel architects Dexter Moren Associates, referenced by New London Architecture.
Keppie Design unveil visionary proposals for a Learning Campus at Thamesmead for the London Borough of Bexley, Peabody and London South East Colleges. The Place & Making Institute will be at the centre of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects.
Award winning architect, Patel Taylor, reveals its latest contribution to London’s riverscape, Lombard Wharf. The development sits on one of the last remaining riverfront sites in the London Borough of Wandsworth.
Foster + Partners, Architects designed the new children’s playground at Ashburnham Community School in West London which opened to shrieks of delight, as the children got a first taste of the recently transformed school grounds.
Winning entries for new interactive installation, ‘The Imminent Diorama’, which shows one of London’s finest unprotected views of the city at the Horniman, as it appears now and as it could appear in future.