de Metz Forbes Knight Architects has won planning permission for Finchley Reform Synagogue – an innovative new synagogue and community building for a progressive Reform Jewish community in North London.
London architecture tours – find a London walking tour: there is a wealth of architectural diversity, from historic church buildings and palaces to modern art galleries and offices – UK capital architecture walking guides by e-architect, a trusted network established in 2000.
LFA Temporary Installation for RIBA Architecture Gallery, open call to design London Festival of Architecture installation on theme of ‘Boundaries’ by architects and architecture students at 66 Portland Place.
Leading UK practice LOM architecture and design has completed an extension to the Cedars Youth & Community Centre in Harrow Weald, Middlesex, providing meeting spaces for community groups and charities such as Mencap.
East London-based architecture and design practice AOC win competition for V&A Museum of Childhood Renewal, most ambitious transformation of the building in its 145-history.
Patel Taylor win planning permission for UK’s 2nd largest urban land transformation at Beam Park, in Havering, Dagenham and Barking on former Ford factory site, with Countryside and L&Q.
Developer HUB and specialist investor Bridges Fund Management have received the go-ahead from Brent Council for the second phase of their residential-led, phased redevelopment of the Wembley Link.
London architecture news – Tottenham Hale tower designed to highest environmental standards by Hawkins\Brown Architects: 32 storey, 107m-high mixed-use building.
New Jiva Spa and Wellness Centre at St James’ Court Hotel, London, designed by Emil Eve Architects: stripped back structure reveals texture of historic brickwork, partially rendered with black clay plaster.
The London Festival of Architecture & City of London Corporation reveal shortlisted design teams to form 3 parklets – miniature landscaped spaces to be created around the City of London by LFA in June 2019.
ICOMOS objects to planned Holocaust Memorial in Victoria Tower Gardens by Adjaye Associates, Ron Arad Architects & landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman. The UK’s new Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre, in central London.
The Royal College of Pathologists has relocated to a new building designed by Bennetts Associates. The design of the new building addresses the college’s mission to advance the science and practice of pathology.
Designed by Pilbrow & Partners, The Wood Wharf Market Building is a 14-storey building accommodates a rich mix of uses: workspaces, public retail market and a new ‘sky bar’ and restaurant at the top.
London Festival of Architecture Graphic Design Competition to develop a fresh and exciting new perspective on LFA online, print and product presence: branding contest.