VISION 05 - SPONSORS
The ACAacknowledges the generous support of our major sponsors, without whom Vision 05 would not be possible:
THE ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL BURO HAPPOLD Buro Happold is a world-class, multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, operating out of an international network of offices.
It provides comprehensive general and specialist engineering consultancy for complete developments, buildings and their infrastructure. Its aim, on behalf of its clients, is to achieve value in engineering design and completion of commissions both to cost and to programme. It provides design solutions which are easily constructed, responsible to the environment, efficient in their use of materials and energy, and which deliver value for money.
Its engineers work as members of design teams with architects and other professionals, providing either assistance in a specific discipline or the total engineering input. Its multi-disciplinary approach enables it to assist effectively across every stage of design.
CADOGAN Much of the Manor of Chelsea, bought by Sir Hans Sloane in 1713 and bequeathed to his daughter Lady Sarah Cadogan, remains in Cadogan ownership. Development over the years has created famous addresses including Sloane Street and Square and Cadogan Square. Duke of York Square, the latest major development, was completed in 2003. Cadogan's properties were valued in December 2004 at £1.85 billion.
PAUL DAVIS AND PARTNERS A 60-strong London-based practice with a national and international portfolio. The practice is well known for its skilful integration of new buildings within historic urban environments, and for its expertise in high-end residential, commercial and mixed-use projects.The firm's long experience of designing awardwinning buildings and creating masterplans for many of London's historically important central areas has proved invaluable for developers seeking to create appropriate and sustainable new developments in historic cities around the world. Paul Davis & Partners is currently working on substantial projects in London, Birmingham, Shanghai, Hong Kong and St Petersburg.
PEMBERTON GREENISH Pemberton Greenish was formed on 1 November 2000 following a demerger to return to the roots of the original firm it succeeds, which stretch back to 1775. Combining the best traditions of the old firm with a new vision and focus, it soon established itself as a leading niche practice. The firm provides legal services to companies and individuals owning and dealing in property, particularly family- and charity-owned estates, and to private clients requiring advice on UK and international tax planning, trusts, wills and the operation of UK and offshore investment vehicles. In addition to providing specialist legal advice, the firm sponsors a range of schemes, often arts or youth based, and considerable effort is expended at all levels to support fund-raising initiatives, with the emphasis on small, local charities.
SIR ROBERT MCALPINE Sir Robert McAlpine, a name synonymous with the construction industry for more than 130 years, is a leading UK building and civil engineering contractor. It believes in the benefits of cooperative working and seeks to apply the principles of partnering and alliancing in the course of its work. It has established an outstanding record for successfully completing complex, fast track, client-critical facilities, both on time and within budget.It is dedicated to achieving excellence in design and construction and is committed to the highest standards of both management and technical skills. It has a long reputation of delivering architecturally stimulating projects notable for the awards that they have achieved.
WALTER LILLY Operating throughout London and the South East, Walter Lilly is a specialist building contractor. The company concentrates on high-quality refurbishment and selected new-build projects. Walter Lilly has built a reputation as a discerning company, focusing on aesthetically and technically demanding projects. Currently the firm is carrying out two complex refurbishment projects in Belgravia; a private residential refurbishment in Hampstead;
and a major private residential new-build scheme in Chelsea.
We are also grateful for the support of our prize sponsors:
Eden Brown - best young architect entry The Eric Lyons Memorial Fund - best student entry Pemberton Greenish - people's choice award Corus - best sculpture Grapevine Gallery - the Grapevine Gallery award Mac Merchant - best video/electronic work Paul Davis and Partners - best photograph Planning in London - best drawing The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects - best painting