Standing proudly in central London since the 1930s, the building formerly known as Commonwealth House is a textbook example of the often unforeseeable challenges posed by refurbishing and re-imagining historic structures.
When an architectural firm needs to look for its own new office you can bet there will be some pretty demanding boxes to tick. The space needs to be completely bespoke in order to accommodate the particulars of the practice.
All creatives understand the value of an interesting client. People with such strong personalities it transcends their personal and professional life, ensuring what could otherwise be a relatively run-of-the-mill fit-out will be anything but.
Folkestone Harbour & Seafront Development Co. has announced the start of construction of the Seafront development, with the first ACME designed residential building.
Moxon Architects has won an invited competition for a pedestrian and cycle bridge for the town of Balingen in southern Germany, a design collaboration with timber bridge engineering specialist Ingenieurbüro Miebach
The existing Auditorium, is a great example of Modernism, designed by iconic Israeli architects Arieh Sharon and Benjamin Idelson in 1955.
The project involves the refurbishment of five existing buildings at ground level which are opened up into nineteen retail and gallery spaces, as well as the creation of a new public courtyard and the placement of new pedestrian routes to connect with neighbouring streets.
The Ingestre Orangery is a Grade II listed building in the Staffordshire village of Ingestre that dates back to 1840.