The Deck at The National Theatre in London, South Bank entertainment venue news – design by Haworth Tompkins Architects – new venue by River Thames, building set for completion in summer 2018.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has asked NBS to carry out important research on the Approved Documents. The NBS really want to understand how the guidance is used regarding the functional requirements of the building regulations.
Architecture Initiative’s new school in east London has opened its doors to over 700 primary school pupils. Designed for Tower Hamlets School Ltd and London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Olga Primary School envisions a ‘garden oasis’ in the heart of the capital city.
The annual Pavilion commission is one of the most anticipated announcements on the cultural calendar. Past Pavilions have included designs by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei, Frank Gehry, the late Oscar Niemeyer and Zaha Hadid.
London architecture news – Old Street Roundabout Competition longlisted design concepts shortlisted for the £1m transformation, a selection of 39 design proposals shown, by Hawkins\Brown, Nicholas Hare Architects and EPR Architects.
The Royal Academy of Arts and The Royal Mint invited architect David Chipperfield RA to design a commemorative £5 coin in celebration of the RA’s 250th anniversary in 2018. David Chipperfield is the first architect to ever design a coin with The Royal Mint.
Located in the heart of Mayfair, 11 Hanover Square, designed Campbell Architects, is perfectly situated to access world-class amenities. The building takes pride of place with its Grade A contemporary office accommodation and high-quality reception.
Pilbrow & Partners has completed the first building as part of the Greenwich Peninsula masterplan for Knight Dragon. The Waterman will deliver 269 new homes and a public square at the heart of the new urban district.
Qantas’ latest international lounge, has opened at Heathrow Terminal 3. Designed collaboratively by Woods Bagot’s London and Sydney studios, the Qantas London Lounge showcases global interior design and world-class service.
Oxford Street Christmas Lights Competition: RIBA Design Contest in Central London, England, UK – Royal Institute of British Architects contest – Oxford Street Christmas Lights Design Competition news
Resource centre for adults with learning disabilities, designed by C.F. Møller Architects, received a unanimous approval by the Lambeth planning authorities: new Coburg Crescent building in Lambeth, South London
£1bn mixed-use scheme designed by Architects Foster + Partners back in with planners for approval. This building from 1911 contains a collection of chain retailers in a former department store, plus a cinema, gym and bowling alley. Initial plans for the Grade II-listed building renewal had been approved previously despite opposition.
Architects Grimshaw and WilkinsonEyre each win pair of major High Speed 2 railway station designs: London Euston, Birmingham Curzon Street, Birmingham Interchange & Old Oak Common. The rapid rail link forms the largest new UK station-building programme since the Victorian age. All four HS2 stations are due to open in 2026. Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Foster + Partners miss out.
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