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London's Shades of Grey

08:00 - 1 September, 2019
London's Shades of Grey , © Grégoire Dorthe
© Grégoire Dorthe

Rarely does one see brutalist architecture in the city of London. Primarily, these buildings were perceived as rebellious and grotesque, only to become the "go-to" style for commercial and governmental buildings after the Second World War. Nowadays, with the real estate market demands and dominance of contemporary architecture, these monumental grey structures are gradually fading away.

GROUPWORK + Amin Taha Architects Win Motion Against Demolishing 15 Clerkenwell Close

13:39 - 15 August, 2019
GROUPWORK + Amin Taha Architects Win Motion Against Demolishing 15 Clerkenwell Close, 15 Clerkenwell Close / GROUPWORK + Amin Taha Architects. Image © Timothy Soar
15 Clerkenwell Close / GROUPWORK + Amin Taha Architects. Image © Timothy Soar

After a 2-year trial, GROUPWORK and Amin Taha Architects won the motion against demolishing the 15 Clerkenwell Close building.

8 Installations to Watch Out For at the 2019 London Design Festival

05:00 - 12 August, 2019
8 Installations to Watch Out For at the 2019 London Design Festival, Courtesy of Sam Jacob Studio
Courtesy of Sam Jacob Studio

The 2019 London Design Festival opens next month with highlights including projects at the V&A by Sam Jacob and Kengo Kuma. Running from September 14th to the 22nd, the festival will include large-scale installations by Paul Cocksedge, Martino Gamper, PATTERNITY, Dan Tobin Smith and Camille Walala. Returning for its 17th year, the festival will celebrate design across London.

FCBStudios Reimagines Industrial Heritage of Cornwall to Revitalize UNESCO Harbor Site

13:00 - 8 August, 2019
FCBStudios Reimagines Industrial Heritage of Cornwall to Revitalize UNESCO Harbor Site, Hayle North Quay. Image Courtesy of Forbes Massie
Hayle North Quay. Image Courtesy of Forbes Massie

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has received unanimous planning approval for the third phase of work in Cornwall. Called Hayle North Quay, the 20 acre mixed use regeneration project was made to create a contemporary harbourside as part of the region's UNESCO World Heritage Site. The scheme draws inspiration from Cornish coal wharf heritage and the natural landscape to creating a vibrant vision for Cornwall's coast.

Hopkins Architects Win the MK:U International Design Competition

11:00 - 30 July, 2019
Hopkins Architects Win the MK:U International Design Competition, Courtesy of Hopkins Architects
Courtesy of Hopkins Architects

MK:U International Design Competition announced today that the International team led by London based Hopkins Architects was selected unanimously by the jurors, as the winner of their new model university competition launched in early 2019.

Bauchplan Designs London High Line with Aquaponics and Swimming Pools

13:00 - 15 July, 2019
Bauchplan Designs London High Line with Aquaponics and Swimming Pools, Fish n’Chips. Image Courtesy of bauchplan ).(
Fish n’Chips. Image Courtesy of bauchplan ).(

Architectural firm bauchplan has won first prize in the competition to revitalize a disused viaduct in London. Dubbed Fish n’Chips, their proposal includes a series of green houses, aquaponics and swimming pools to create a new High Line for the city. Sited in Hammersmith, the design was made to become a blue & green living room, with a recreation area and island of retreat for the neighborhood. The project aims to bring awareness to processes of waste management and urban food production in London.

RIBA International Awards 2020 Open For Entries

05:00 - 12 July, 2019
RIBA International Awards 2020 Open For Entries, UTEC - Universidad de Ingenieria y Tecnologia by Grafton Architects. Image © Iwan Baan
UTEC - Universidad de Ingenieria y Tecnologia by Grafton Architects. Image © Iwan Baan

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the launch of the RIBA International Awards 2020 to recognize architecture outside of the United Kingdom. Now open for entries, the awards are open to any qualified architect in the world for a building outside of the UK, of any size and budget. The biennial awards celebrate buildings that exemplify design innovation, embrace sustainable technologies and deliver meaningful social impact.

DS+R and Neiheiser Argyros Design New Linear London Park

09:00 - 10 July, 2019
DS+R and Neiheiser Argyros Design New Linear London Park, The Tide. Image © Jeff Moore
The Tide. Image © Jeff Moore

The initial phase of London’s first linear culture park has opened to the public along the Thames. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Neiheiser Argyros, the project is sited on the Greenwich Peninsula as a new outdoor destination for the city. Called The Tide, the park offers free-to-view public art by emerging and world-renowned artists and includes a landscaped route for running, walking and meditation that is freely accessible to all.

OMA, Hopkins and LDS Among Finalists to Reimagine Higher Education Design in the UK

13:00 - 4 July, 2019
OMA, Hopkins and LDS Among Finalists to Reimagine Higher Education Design in the UK, Courtesy of Malcolm Reading Consultants / Hawkins\Brown
Courtesy of Malcolm Reading Consultants / Hawkins\Brown

Five finalist teams have been selected in the MK:U International Design Competition to create alternative masterplan visions for a proposed new model university in the United Kingdom. The proposed new university, will focus on digital economy skills and practical, business-oriented courses; it also plans to offer fast-track two-year degrees. MK:U, a partnership between MKC and Cranfield University, will use the new University Quarter and the wider city as a ‘living lab’ to test out new concepts and ideas while inspiring students and citizens.

Step Inside a 360° Virtual Tour of the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion

13:00 - 3 July, 2019
Step Inside a 360° Virtual Tour of the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion, 2019 Dulwich Pavilion. Image Courtesy of Dulwich Picture Gallery, Pricegore and Yinka Ilori
2019 Dulwich Pavilion. Image Courtesy of Dulwich Picture Gallery, Pricegore and Yinka Ilori

The 2019 Dulwich Pavilion by Pricegore and Yinka Ilori has opened in London this June. Dubbed the “The Colour Palace”, the project was made for the Dulwich Picture Gallery as a a celebration of color, pattern, and light, drawing from European and African cultural traditions. Now you can step inside the pavilion with a 360° virtual tour by Nikhilesh Haval.

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