Tag : Henley Halebrown
Three projects on Hackney council estates have won planning approval, including the final phase of Karakusevic Carson Architects’ award-winning regeneration of Kings Crescent Estate
Henley Halebrown has revealed its designs for a 17-home development backed by Tower Hamlets Council in east London
Karakusevic Carson has submitted plans for the third phase of the much-lauded Kings Crescent Estate development in north London
13.12.18: Looking back / looking forwardSubscription
The final AJ of the year looks back at the past 12 months and forward to the year ahead. We review 2018’s key architectural events and trends and preview the stories set to dominate the new year. We also pick out the people to watch in 2019 and highlight eight key buildings set to complete. And to make sure you’ve been paying attention, there’s a Christmas quiz on the events that shook the architectural world in 2018 and a chance to play spot the building. PLUS a building study of Karakusevic ..
Democratic regeneration: Kings Crescent EstateSubscription
Residents’ consultation was key to Phases 1 & 2 of Karakusevic Carson and Henley Halebrown’s revamped Kings Crescent Estate, Hackney, winner of the AJ Architecture Awards Editor’s Choice prize, writes Rob Wilson
AJ Architecture Awards 2018: Editor’s ChoiceSubscription
Karakusevic Carson Architects and Henley Halebrown have been given the Editor’s Choice award for Kings Crescent Estate Phases 1 & 2, Hackney
The award for Housing Project of the Year (above £10 million) goes to Karakusevic Carson Architects and Henley Halebrown for Kings Crescent Estate Phases 1 & 2
RIBA Stirling Prize 2018: Chadwick Hall by Henley HalebrownVideoSubscription
This scheme for the University of Roehampton is probably one of the best examples of student housing in recent years, says Laura Mark. Film and photography by Jim Stephenson
27.09.18: RIBA Stirling Prize 2018Subscription
The AJ celebrates this year’s Stirling Prize shortlist with building studies of the six finalists: Foster + Partners’ Bloomberg London, Waugh Thistleton’s Bushey Cemetery, Henley Halebrown’s Chadwick Hall, Tate St Ives by Jamie Fobert Architects, MUMA’s Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery, and The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre by Níall McLaughlin Architects, as well as an overview ...
References to the past and the use of high-quality materials prevail in this year’s impressive Stirling shortlist, as architecture digs in amid an uncertain political climate, writes Rob Wilson. Photography by Jim Stephenson