Tag : Grafton Architects
This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Architecture in a time of Covid-19 • Singing sharks win Antepavilion competition • Robert Adam steps down • Competition wins for Feilden Fowles and Grafton
Grafton Architects has won a competition to design a $16 million (£12.5 million) timber design and fabrication facility at the University of Arkansas in the United States
Pritzker Prize 2020 goes to Grafton co-founders: ‘pioneers in a male-dominated profession’ Subscription
The co-founders of Grafton Architects, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, have won the 2020 Pritzker Prize, adding another award to their bursting trophy cabinet
The University of Arkansas has revealed the six shortlisted designs for a new $16 million (£12.5 million) timber design and fabrication facility, including entries by Grafton Architects and Waugh Thistleton Architects
The practice has created a vast BREEAM Excellent-rated centre of learning which celebrates openness, writes Edwin Heathcote. Photography Ed Reeve and Dennis Gilbert
30.01.20: Higher educationSubscription
The AJ looks at three university schemes: Grafton’s Town House and Haworth Tompkins’ refurbished school of art, both for Kingston University, and Grimshaw’s retrofit of its own 1970s furniture factory into a new home for Bath Schools of Art and Design; and we investigate whether it’s time for a new approach to designing student housing. PLUS Walters & Cohen Architects looks back ...
RIBA Gold Medal winner Grafton Architects and Waugh Thistleton Architects are among six teams shortlisted to create a $16 million timber design and fabrication facility at the University of Arkansas
Piercy&Co has joined Grafton Architects on the redevelopment of a 1950s block next to Selfridges in London’s Oxford Street
Ella Jessel talks exclusively to Yvonne Farrell about what it means for the practice she co-founded to win the prestigious RIBA Royal Gold Medal
10.10.19: Leisure and retailSubscription
The latest AJ features building studies of Peter Zumthor’s Secular Retreat holiday home in Devon; Invisible Studio’s glazed gym at Hadspen House in Somerset; and Wright & Wright’s Library and Study Centre for St John’s College, Oxford. PLUS The human cost of building Istanbul Airport – we report from the construction site where at least 55 workers have died; we talk to Yvonne Farrell, co-founder of Grafton ...