London Festival of Architecture Graphic Design Competition to develop a fresh and exciting new perspective on LFA online, print and product presence: branding contest.
River View Design Competition Winner – ‘architectural painting’ by British artist Wolfgang Buttress wins architectural contest to create a major new artwork next to River Thames in London, UK.
London architecture news – New York architects office Diller and Scofidio win the 2019 Royal Academy Architecture Prize, celebrating under-recognised contributions to design and uncover fresh new talent. DS+R are designing a new concert hall building in the UK capital city.
Fortnum & Mason London Lighting by Speirs + Major at The Royal Exchange, London: Iconic British brand open new bar/restaurant and retail outlet within neo-classical setting of the Royal Exchange Building.
London Festival of Architecture launches graphic design competition for 2019 Festival branding. LFA design competition for design of a new public realm intervention along the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal, in the Harrow Road area of Westminster: London Festival of Architecture 2019 explores ‘boundaries’.
New home in Enfield North London, property design by PAD studio, Architects, an imaginative scheme makes the most of the restricted site, delivering an attractive, design led home with good spaces.
There is a wealth of architectural diversity in London – from historic churches and palaces to modern art galleries and offices. Contact us to book a tailor-made guided tour for your group.
Marvic House, located in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, has recently been refurbished, extended and converted to include 11 apartments, by Emil Eve Architects.
Preferred location selected for New Nine Elms to Pimlico 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.
Charlotte Road is a collection of 9 high-end apartments in Hackney by Emil Eve Architects. Five interlinked Victorian warehouses have been reconfigured and refurbished and a large roof terrace created.
Sclera – David Adjaye: Making Memory at the Design Museum, collaboration first presented in 2008 by the American Hardwood Export Council and UK architect Sir David Adjaye part of a new exhibition.
The Tulip City of London tower building design by Foster + Partners Architects faces criticism: a key feature in this eye-catching public cultural attraction will be the education facility at its top, offering 20,000 free places annually for London’s state school children.
Bobby Moore Academies in east London at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – design by Penoyre & Prasad – 2FE Primary School, part of the David Ross Education Trust, and its Multi-Use Games Area pavilion.
OK Google, Let’s Talk Cities – All Things Urban London Meetup @ Google will bring together some of the coolest people in town to share their passion for urban innovation.