Planning approval has been granted for our vertical gallery and bird hide at Inverewe Gardens, as reported on the Architect's Journal website this week. The project represents another significant planning win for the office and a unique opportunity to enhance the visitor experience at one of the world's most celebrated gardens.
We've just submitted a planning application for a vertical gallery and bird hide at Inverewe Gardens, one of the UK's most spectacular botanical gardens. Our proposals have been featured on a number of prominent news outlets including The Times, The Architects' Journal and Dezeen.
All being well, the project is due to start on site in Autumn, 2018. Keep posted for further updates...
We were delighted to be asked to contribute to the Archifringe 'Frankentypes' exhibition in Edinburgh earlier this month. The exhibition featured drawings and models from a group of emerging practices based on hybrid typologies. Our project, The Villa Savoy, is an ark, based on Aalto’s classic Savoy glassware range and contains a mixed-tenure of housing and civic functions. We're looking forward to seeing where our model ends up next...
Since the addition of Dimitri and Carl to the team, we are delighted to announce we are moving to Hackney City farm next week. We will update our contact details next week.
On top of packing up, we are busy finishing our model for the Architecture Fringe Festival in Edinburgh which opens in early June. We will have some more information on our proposals up on the website soon.
We have been appointed to bring a live-work studio back to life in West London. Once the home of Arnold Machin, renowned for his relief portrait of the Queen that adorns our stamps, there is rich history to absorb and we hope some will find its way into the completed project.
We have collaborated with Cantifix and Arrant Land on a kennel for the Blue Cross as part of the Bow Wow Haus charity initiative. Over 70 international architects and designers were invited to take part with the kennels on show in London's St. Pancras International Station from the 19th March. A gala auction will take place in April with all proceeds going to the Blue Cross.
Our design is to ensure you never have to hunt for a ball for your dog to chase when you take them for a walk.
You can see more on our kennel and the other designs on the Bow Wow Haus website.
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for Small Projects Architect of the Year in the BD AYA Awards. Looking forward to the ceremony, we might just have to get some new clobber.
We are delighted to have both Cantifix and Arrant Land on board as collaborators on our project for a kennel for the charity Blue Cross as part of BowWow Haus London. The project has received a lot of press already and we are looking forward to seeing manufacture progress over the next few weeks ready for a photoshoot in February.
Wishing all our clients, collaborators and friends a very merry Christmas and look forward to what 2018 has in store. We have a feeling that it is going to be a good one.
We are delighted to announce that planning has been approved for a new house on the banks of Loch Awe in the west of Scotland. At 650m sq. the house is not insignificant. Neither is the ambition for it. We will be posting more information on the scheme on our projects pages early in the new year.
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.