Vauxhall Missing Link Design Competition winner announced

June 10, 2013,AEDT

Back in April we reported that 3 entries from over 100 had been short-listed for the RIBA Vauxhall The Missing Link Design Competition. The RIBA announced recently that erect architecture with J&L Gibbons has won with their entry. London based Erect Architecture and J&L Gibbons will now work with Vauxhall | Read More

Forgotten Spaces Ideas Competition

March 23, 2013,AEDT

Forgotten Spaces is open to all university students and professionals within the arts, design and built environment vocations located in the UK. Now in its third year in London, this design competition asks architects, planners, artists, engineers and landscape designers to nominate an existing over-looked site in the Greater London | Read More

Cronton Colliery Competition Finalists Announced

March 6, 2012,AEDT

We announced the Public Open Space At Cronton Colliery – Ideas Masterplan Competition back in January. The Land Trust’s international design competition attracted 50 entries from all over the world, including innovative projects designed by teams in South Korea, Japan and Italy. The finalists have been announced with HASSELL, Hawkins/Brown, Michael Lee Architects | Read More

Public Open Space At Cronton Colliery – Ideas Masterplan Competition

January 11, 2012,AEDT

A new ideas competition has been announced to create a masterplan for a new public open space and visitor destination at the former Cronton Colliery site in Merseyside. The competition is open to architects or landscape architects and architect-led multi-disciplinary design teams and is being run by the Land Trust in | Read More

I. M. Pei to receive the Royal Gold Medal for architecture

October 8, 2009,AEDT

The Chinese-born American architect I. M. Pei, who is best known in Europe for his transformation of the Louvre in Paris, has been named today (Tuesday 6th October 2009) as the recipient of one of the world’s most prestigious architecture prizes, the Royal Gold Medal. Given in recognition of a | Read More

Ruth Reed’s vision for RIBA

August 27, 2009,AEDT

Reading the Architects Journal article gives an interesting insight into Ruth Reed. The gist of the article is that next week Ruth Reed takes up her role as the new president of the Royal Institute British Architects (RIBA) and she intends to implement some changes to improve the RIBA and also meet the | Read More

Stirling Prize 2009 Shortlist Announced – RIBA

July 23, 2009,AEDT

The Shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2009 has been announced. The six shortlisted schemes listed below were chosen from a midlist of 22 RIBA Award 2009 winners. The RIBA Stirling Prize 2009 winner will be announced at the RIBA Stirling Prize 2009 Dinner on 17 October 2009 at Old | Read More

The National Stadium Beijing wins RIBA Lubetkin Prize 2009

July 20, 2009,AEDT

The RIBA Lubetkin Prize 2009 winner is The National Stadium Beijing by Herzog & de Meuron with China Architectural Design & Research Group and Arup Sport for National Stadium Company. The National Stadium in Beijing – nicknamed ‘the bird’s nest’ – by Herzog & de Meuron, with the China Architectural | Read More

German firm to work on Imperial War Museum North exterior | Design Week

June 15, 2009,AEDT

Design Week reports “German landscape architect Topotek 1 has been selected as the preferred design team to work on the external spaces of the Imperial War Museum North in Salford. More than 50 architects and landscape architects entered the Royal Institute of British Architects competition, with Topetek 1 seeing off | Read More

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