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Dow Jones has combined the restoration of a west London church with the addition of a new building opening it up to community uses, writes Jay Merrick. Photography Anthony Coleman
24.10.19: Old and newSubscription
The issue features building studies of Dow Jones Architects’ restoration and extension of St Mary Magdalene Church in Paddington; David Chipperfield Architects’ James Simon Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island; and the refurbishment of Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower in east London by Studio Egret West and Ab Rogers Design. PLUS High-rise housing – should we spruce it up or tear it down? A new salary survey ...
Dow Jones’ Maggie’s Centre in Cardiff is one of seven projects vying for the 2019 Gold Medal for Architecture in Wales
25.04.19: Health and wellbeingSubscription
The latest AJ looks at two healthcare projects – an interim Cardiff Maggie’s Centre by Dow Jones Architects; and the Institute in the Park research centre by Hopkins Architects for Liverpool’s Alder Hey Hospital – as well as Mole Architects’ Marmalade Lane co-housing, which focuses on its residents’ wellbeing. PLUS The winning schemes in the AJ Small Projects 2019 awards; on site at the transformation of Smithfield ...
With the permanent facility on hold, an interim Maggie’s Centre built on a car park plot creates an engaging piece of experiential architecture. Fran Williams reports. Photography Anthony Coleman
Dow Jones and LDN Architects are among five teams shortlisted in the RIBA contest to reconfigure York’s Grade I-listed St Michael le Belfrey Church
Dow Jones has been handed planning permission to almost triple the size of a day nursery in a hall at St Thomas the Martyr Church in Redcliffe, Bristol
Buildings to watch in 2019Subscription
Rob Wilson selects some key completions on the horizon
Rob Wilson talks to Dow Jones Architects co-founder Biba Dow, shortlisted in the Architect of the Year category for her work on the Garden Museum in the 2018 Women in Architecture Awards. Photography ...
Dow Jones: on a mission at St Mary MagdaleneSubscription
With its restoration and additions, Dow Jones Architects is opening up a Grade I-listed Paddington church to new community uses, says Rob Wilson. Photography Anthony Coleman