We're pleased to announce that we have been been shortlisted for Public Building Architect of the Year in the BD AYA2019 Awards.
We're looking forward to finding out the results at the awards ceremony in May.
Click here to view the full AYA 2019 shortlist.
On Friday 21 September, the new G.W. Annenberg Performing Arts Centre opened its doors for the first time to the community of Wellington College with a magnificent Gala Concert.
The building will present itself as a unique opportunity to aim towards a different ‘holistic education’, based on self-discovery and helping to define the ethos of Wellington College’s heritage.
Location: Crowthorne, United Kingdom
Start date: September 2016
Completion date: August 2018
We are happy to announce that our Gütsch project has been shortlisted in the 2018 Leisure
Led Development - Future Project category!
Location: Andermatt, Switzerland
Start date: April 2018
Completion date: October 2020
Our RIBA-shortlisted Ansdell Street project features in this month's AJ Spec.
The commercial development breathes life into a 1970’s office block. The scheme comprises of the refurbishment of the interior spaces while retaining the existing structure and adding a new stair and lift core. The existing street façade is re-clad, while an origami roof structure gives this quiet Kensington Street a contemporary edge.
Christina Seilern will be speaking at Vision 2018, the event for architects, designers, developers and their clients, at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, on 21 & 22 June 2018.
On 21 June, Christina will be talking be discussing how we can unlock the potential of our cultural buildings not just as places of entertainment, enlightenment and education, but also a key part of our civic realm.
We would like to invite you to join us at this exciting event. Registration is free and you can register here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Our Director, Luis Monteiro, spoke at Materials for Architecture on Thursday 26 April.
‘Light is to architecture like pulse is to music, the witness of time, the metaphor of life. The artistic life of the building is expressed through the way it produces and modulates its light.’
Luis Monteiro offered a unique insight into this concept of light as a building material beginning with Wellington Bench, an item of gallery furniture showcased as part of the ‘Living with Art’ exhibition at the Albion Barn in conjunction with Frieze Art 2016 London, and moving onto Wellington College, a performing arts centre in Berkshire where the glass wall, which unveils the interiors of the Cultural Living Room in the Performance Art Centre, gives the timber cladding above a deceptive expression of weightlessness.