Gasholders London King’s Cross

Gasholders London King’s Cross Buildings

Gasholders London King’s Cross by architects: WilkinsonEyre with Jonathan Tuckey Design: Argent LLP shortlisted for RIBA Client of the Year 2018 – the industrial heritage of Kings Cross is integral to its regeneration and the triplet of Grade II listed cast-iron gasholders is the most distinct centrepiece.

Hongqi Zhen Sugar Factory Town Master Plan

Hongqi Zhen Sugar Factory Town Master Plan

A disused sugar factory in Zhuhai’s Jinwan District is set to be revitalized into an integrated cultural, tourism and leisure park. Woods Bagot’s master plan both celebrates the proud heritage of Zhuhai’s once prosperous sugar industry, while creating a future for the Hongqi Zhen Sugar Factory site.

Hornsey Town Hall London Building proposal

Hornsey Town Hall Restoration, London

Restoration of iconic Hornsey Town Hall building in Crouch End to start. The Grade II* Listed former civic headquarters scheme has 146 new homes, including 11 affordable, a new arts centre, hotel, café and flexible community and events space.

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition design

Regent Street RIBA Windows Competition

The Regent Street RIBA Windows competition returns for its eighth year. The project sees some of Regent Street’s leading retailers, including Jo Malone London, L’Occitane and lululemon, partnered with emerging and established RIBA Chartered Architects to create a series of unique shop windows.

Robin Hood Gardens

Robin Hood Gardens Housing in London

Demolition at this Brutalist estate was paused for five days by developer Swan Housing after footage of a potentially deadly accident surfaced, reports Building magazine. Danish architects CF Møller designed the latest phase of the Robin Hood Gardens estate regeneration in Poplar, east London.

Bombas Gens Centre in Valencia

Bombas Gens Centre in Valencia

Spanish architect Ramón Esteve awarded the Land Rover Born Prize in the Architecture section for his work in the rehabilitation project of the Bombas Gens Centre in Valencia; a former factory with an unquestionable social-historical value and one of the rare remaining examples of the industrial architecture of the thirties.

Whiteleys Building Development

Whiteleys Building Development, 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.