We were delighted to hear that Valhalla made it onto the shortlist of the Camden Design Awards 2017. We didn't scoop an award, but it was a great achievement to get such a small project among esteemed company. We're going to make sure we get a bit further in 2019.
Denizen Works are delighted to announce that we have completed the technical design phase for our proposals for the Floating Church for the Diocese of London.
Fundraising is ongoing and a spot has been booked in the boatyard for construction to begin in March next year. We will keep updates on construction coming when we have them.
Murray was delighted to attend the launch of the C20 Society's latest publication '100 Houses 100 Years' which includes House No.7 as one of the best houses of the last century.
It is quite a thrill to share a binding with Richard Rogers, Norman Foster and Charles Holland among other heroes.
August has been a very busy one at Denizen Works where we have seen the completion of Haddo Yard on time and on budget. We are having photographs taken this month but you can get a sneak preview on the modern house website where the building is being marketed.
We we are also delighted to have not one, but two projects selected for 2020 Visions - 100 Best Homes as part of the RIAS Festival of Architecture 2017. House No.7 and Mannal House both made the grade and we are looking forward to seeing the other entries sometime in September.
This month has also seen the submission for planning of an exciting 650 sq.m. home on the banks of Loch Awe in west coast of Scotland. We will publish the house on our website soon so keep an eye out for it.
Work continues on our community garden installation at Leyton Underground station for the LU. We're hoping to complete the works over the summer.
Murray was in the Houses of Parliament this week presenting our earthquake resistant Teahouse situated in the village of Phortse, Nepal. Since the presentation, Murray has been asked to give a follow-up presentation in the Scottish Parliament in June.
Andrew has won an open competition to design a new bench for Berkamsted Cemetery, beating over 50 international entries. We are looking forward to seeing the bench going into production and are delighted for him. Andrew is pleased that he is still considered young.
You can read more about the project here
We are delighted to announce that we have won an invited competition to design a new floating church and community hub for the Diocese of London. We are busy developing the concept designs and hope that the church will be coming to a canal near you later this year.
Just in time for Valentine's Day. We were delighted to be included on a short-list to design a new flower kiosk for New Bond Street in Westminster. Our proposals saw the creation of a curated object covered in bloom that allowed the stallholders to open and close the kiosk without packing and unpacking the flowers in the morning and in the evening.
Denizen Works were short-listed from over 60 entries to develop designs for a new 16-unit housing scheme in Clapton. The design takes material prompts from the surrounding architecture and re-created a lost landmark for the local area in the form of a clock tower.
We had an exciting visit to Darwen Terracotta this week to see the first firing of our faience tiles for the front of Haddo Yard in Whitstable. Looking forward to seeing them in place in the next month or so.