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31/44 Architects: Corner House in Peckham, London

16-04-2021

31/44 Architects: Corner House in Peckham, London

31/44 Architects mend tears in the urban fabric and increase the density of cities with incremental actions on small, underused and neglected plots of land. After the Red House in East Dulwich, London, the studio has built Corner House in Peckham, recovering and expanding another end-of-terrace property.

Live the life of a dandy at Goddard Littlefair’s Mayfair Townhouse in London

19-02-2021

Live the life of a dandy at Goddard Littlefair’s Mayfair Townhouse in London

In London, Goddard Littlefair has completed a hospitality project involving seven listed Georgian buildings, all lovingly restored based on their historical setting, namely the dandyish design inspired by Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.

31/44 Architects: Red House in East Dulwich, London

12-02-2021

31/44 Architects: Red House in East Dulwich, London

The signs of transformation of the interior of a traditional Victorian terraced house are apparent on the walls of 31/44 Architects’ Red House in London. The last in a block of terraced houses, the Red House becomes a landmark among the homes of East Dulwich.

McAslan’s King’s Cross Station in steel and glass panels

05-02-2021

McAslan’s King’s Cross Station in steel and glass panels

London’s King’s Cross Station has been refurbished with the specific aim of modernising and expanding it with a grandiose glass and steel mantle-style roof which stretches over the exterior square.

The Teeter-Totter Wall is Beazley Design of the Year 2020 – The Design Museum

21-01-2021

The Teeter-Totter Wall is Beazley Design of the Year 2020 – The Design Museum

The "Teeter-Totter Wall", a temporary installation designed by architects Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello with Colectivo Chopeke on the wall erected along the border between Mexico and the United States, has been named Beazley Design of the Year 2020. This is the thirteenth edition of the award presented by the London Design Museum. The winners announced on January 19 also include the 3D rendering of SARS-CoV-2 created by Alissa Eckert (MSMI) and Dan Higgins (MAMS). The winner in the architecture category is the Social Design Collaborative’s ModSkool in India.

Experiencing art online. The Tate initiatives.

05-01-2021

Experiencing art online. The Tate initiatives.

Despite Brexit, and with no need to leave home, we can enjoy the many virtual initiatives of the Tate art museums in the United Kingdom. Because the online offer of many museums, triggered by the pandemic, offers many ways of experiencing art that were unthinkable a year ago.

Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects’ Two and a Half Storey House

30-12-2020

Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects’ Two and a Half Storey House

Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects of London has completed an unusual renovation project designed to get around the limitations of urban planning regulations. A young couple in need of more space raised their home by half a storey, enough to create a third level to accommodate a second child on the way. The unusual interior redesign project that results revolves around use of plywood.

BCKJ Architects wins the 2020 Royal Academy Dorfman Award

11-12-2020

BCKJ Architects wins the 2020 Royal Academy Dorfman Award

The Chinese BCKJ Architects studio, founded by architects Dong Mei and Liu Xiaochuan, is the winner of the 2020 Royal Academy Dorfman Award promoted by Britain's Royal Academy of Arts. The award jury, chaired by architect Norman Foster, selected the BCKJ Architects studio from a shortlist of four finalists which, in addition to the winner, included the AAU Anastas, AOR Architects and WHBC Architects studios. This year, the Royal Academy of Arts also recognised architect Cristina Iglesias, who was selected as the winner of the 2020 RA Architecture Prize.

DROO Architecture revisits the classic London bow window with VI Castle Lane

23-11-2020

DROO Architecture revisits the classic London bow window with VI Castle Lane

In the heart of London, between Buckingham Palace and Westminster, British firm DROO Architecture - headed up by architects Michel da Costa Gonçalves and Amrita Mahindroo - has revisited an iconic element of English architecture: the bow window. With residential project VI Castle Lane, the architects have managed to insert a building that openly declares its modernity into a historical and protected context. In doing so, they have garnered the Architecture MasterPrize 2020 for the Residential Architecture - Multi Unit category.

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