On October 11 architect Alejandro Aravena will receive the Charles Jencks Award, a prize the RIBA presents to architects who make an important contribution to the theory and practice of architecture world-wide.
Reconstructing Lord Cecil is the name of the immersive installation created by Chantal Martinelli and Julien Desormeaux, the founders of Mad Atelier for the London Design Festival inside the Lord Cecil pub that had closed its doors 12 years earlier.
On its 250th anniversary, from 15th September the Royal Academy of Arts will present a large exhibition dedicated to architect Renzo Piano and the projects created by his RPBW studio. It is the first complete exhibition dedicated to the Italian architect to take place in London since 1989.
The three student residences designed by architect Henley Halebrown for the University of Roehampton are located in a historic park, close to listed monuments. The project was among the six finalists of the RIBA Stirling Prize.
A venue that conveys a sense of its roots without falling into the common trap of clichés and sycophantic images: London-based Binom Architecture's interior design for the Dehesa Fields restaurant in Islington is a virtuous example of a design narrative that transcends these conceptual limits.
Portsoken Pavilion, a sculptural monocoque structure by Make Architects, has been unveiled as part of the City of London Corporation’s transformation of a 1960s gyratory into a high-quality, new-millennium public space.
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