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Foster and Chipperfield named on DfL framework panel

Foster + Partners, David Chipperfield Architects and Caruso St John are among the 42 practices to be shortlisted for the Design for London (DfL) framework panel.

It is believed the shortlist will be cut down by more than half as the London design body aims to create a select list of 20 firms from which it can draw from.

The panel will be used for a range of projects and research including:

• masterplanning and urban design;
• design of individual buildings;
• design management;
• landscape and public-realm design; and
• research and feasibility work

The London Development Agency, DfL’s parent body, said the final list, announced in June, will not be used exclusively on all DfL schemes.

The 42 are:

• Acme;
• Adams
• Alison Brooks Architects;
• Allies
• Brady Mallalieu;
• Burns
• Cartwright Pickard;
• Caruso St John;
• Cottrell and Vermeulen;
• David Chipperfield;
• de Rijke Marsh Morgan;
• East;
• Edward Cullinan;
Foster + Partners;
• Grimshaw;
• Hawkins\Brown;
• John Lyall;
John McAslan;
• Karakusevic Carson;
• Karres en Brands;
• Kinnear Landscape Architecture;
• Landolt Brown;
• Landscapeprojects;
• Latz
• MacCreanor Lavington;
• Mae;
• Marks Barfield;
• Meadowcroft Griffin;
• Patel Taylor;
• Penoyre
• Peter Barber;
• Sarah Wigglesworth;
• Sergison Bates;
• Stanton Williams;
• Studio Egret West;
• Tibbalds;
• Urban Inititaives; and
• Van Heyningen and Haward.

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