We are pleased to announce that Dockley Road Apartments won Housing Project of the Year at the Building Awards last night. Designed in collaboration with Poggi Architecture and built by Legendre UK, the project reflects our desire to re-think the places we build for people, creating spaces where people and positive culture can thrive.
A huge congratulations to all the winners and finalists!
Due to popular demand, we are adding a further guided tour date for Dockley Apartments on 13th December at 10 am so please email Jane De Croos at email@example.com for details.
Happy to share the great news!
The 111-unit housing scheme offers 100% Dual-Aspect Homes and Artisan Workspace along South London’s ‘Low-Line’. The new building ranges from 4-9 stories, with the varying heights responding to the site’s surrounding context. The residential units are arranged around a shared courtyard that will act as a communal amenity space that includes a children’s play area.
Cloud Valley Hub is a mixed-use scheme comprising meeting rooms, exhibition space, retail, workspace and amenities. Due to the challenging site conditions, meeting rooms and exhibitions spaces ‘hover’ off the ground, connected by a ring of circulation around a central courtyard. On the ground floor, retail, restaurants and amenities are arranged as a series of pavilions arranged around gardens and cool, waterfront spaces.
Jonathan attended the “4 Design Days” conference in Katowice and participated in a debate on the challenges and opportunities for The New European Bauhaus - a creative and interdisciplinary initiative that connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces and experiences.
After delays due to Covid-19, Cloud Valley Hub finally opened its doors to the public. Located in Ningbo, the community and cultural centre comprises meeting rooms, exhibition space, retail, workspace and amenities.
Due to the challenging site conditions, meeting rooms and exhibitions spaces ‘hover’ off the ground, connected by a ring of circulation around a central courtyard. On the ground floor, retail, restaurants and amenities are arranged as a series of pavilions arranged around gardens and cool, waterfront spaces.
The marketing suite is located on Dockley Road, close to Bermondsey Tube Station.
For all enquiries, please contact Jane De Croos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally designed with RC and steel columns, RC slabs and timber for the external walkways and galleries, the plans underwent changes with the appointment of contractor Legendre UK to the project, which recommended the use of a hybrid ‘continental frame’ instead.
Paspoel Anders Phase 3 will provide 62 social housing units. The mix of medium-rise blocks and low-rise terraces create a human scale environment with a variety of places for play and social interaction.
Studio Woodroffe Papa, working with FCBStudios, Architecture 00, Planit-IE, Buro Happold and CDRM Services have been announced as winners of a Camden Council competition for a £136 million regeneration of two light industrial parks just north of King’s Cross, Central London.
The project aims to deliver a ‘highly sustainable, inclusive and innovative’ mixed-use transformation of two sites in the Borough. Plans for the sites at 120-136 Camley Street and nearby 3-30 Cedar Way, will meet objectives set out in the Camley Street Neighbourhood Development Plan which has been developed by the local community over recent years.
Legendre UK’s technical appraisal highlighted that the use of rigid inclusions, also known as controlled modulus columns (CMCs) and a raft slab would deliver several benefits, including the overall reduction in the quantum of cement, concrete and reinforcement required in the substructure and superstructure with the consequential carbon carbon improvements.
There were also significant programme benefits; on average each CMC was formed in less than 5 minutes. As such the whole operation from start to finish took lees than two weeks. In comparison, a CFA piled solution would have taken three to four weeks on average.
Following a successful tender process, the consortium of BUUR, Latz + Partner, Greisch and Studio Woodroffe Papa have begun working on the design of two Ringparks in Antwerp - Ringpark Groenendaal and Ringpark Groene Vesten.
More information on Ringpark Groenendaal can be found here.
More information about the entire ring project can be found on the website of ‘Over de Ring’