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Tag : Spheron Architects

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  • Spheron rolls royce index

    Spheron goes Art Deco for Rolls Royce showroom and workshopSubscription

    News2 May, 2019

    Spheron Architects has won the go-ahead for a new headquarters in Surrey for the world’s oldest independent Rolls-Royce and Bentley dealer and restorer

  • Spheron memorial index

    Spheron chief wins contest for monument to totalitarianism’s victimsSubscription

    News9 April, 2018

    Spheron Architects director Tszwai So has won an international competition to design a pan-European Memorial for the Victims of Totalitarianism

  • Area grid revised copy

    Four UK practices make AR Emerging Architecture shortlistSubscription

    News19 October, 2017

    IF_DO, 31/44 Architects, Spheron Architects and EVA Studio are among 15 practices shortlisted for the 2017 AR Emerging Architecture awards

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    AJ Specification 03.17Subscription

    Digital Edition23 March, 2017

    Natural materials: Spheron Architects’ Belarusian Memorial Chapel; Passivhaus housing at Carrowbreck Meadow by Hamson Barron Smith; and Streatham & Clapham High School Sixth Form Centre by Cottrell & Vermeulen  

  • Cover ajs 0317

    AJ Specification 03.17Subscription

    Digital Edition23 March, 2017

    Natural materials: Spheron Architects’ Belarusian Memorial Chapel; Passivhaus housing at Carrowbreck Meadow by Hamson Barron Smith; and Streatham & Clapham High School Sixth Form Centre by Cottrell & Vermeulen  

  • Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects

    Spheron Architects unwraps £364k timber churchSubscription

    Building5 January, 2017

    Spheron Architects has completed London’s first wooden church since the Great Fire of 1666