London case studies
Developing affordable housing through a unique Anglo-French collaboration with valuable lessons about attitudes towards housing density in England.
The Design Quality Indicator (DQI) process highlighted specific requirements for this school, redesigned as part of Building Schools for the Future.
The Design Quality Indicator (DQI) was used to define stakeholder priorities and aspirations and to measure benchmarks of quality through the design development of the British Library Centre for Conservation.
Running a design and build competition for a pedestrian bridge with lessons on how to reach agreement on complex projects with multiple stakeholders.
An innovative secondary school design that rises to the challenges of a tight urban site and a multilingual school population. Designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
Helping Brent Council and two housing associations hold a successful design competition to regenerate a run-down urban centre with growth area funding.
External areas are one of the strongest aspects of the design, with a variety of play and educational areas in a tight urban site. Designed by Shepherd Epstein Hunter.
The Royal Arsenal was established in 1671 and became the largest complex for the manufacture and storage of armaments and military equipment in Britain.
Adelaide Wharf is a redevelopment of a brownfield site into high- density, high-quality housing within a largely residential area of Hackney.
The redesign of the school grounds has met the challenges presented by a compact city centre site, with every corner used to provide an opportunity for learning, fun or visual interest.
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