Tag : Pollard Thomas Edwards
The AJ can reveal the three teams vying for this year’s AJ100 Collaboration of the Year award
Pollard Thomas Edwards’ £190 million proposal to regenerate part of east London has become one of the first schemes to receive consent by a virtual planning committee.
The AJ talks to its ex-editor and former Open City chief Rory Olcayto about his new role at Pollard Thomas Edwards and explores what an in-house architectural writer and critic will actually do
Back to the future on new town developmentSubscription
An unlikely meeting of Labour and Conservative minds on the housing shortage is unlikely to result in anything actually getting built, says Paul Finch
A consortium of four major architecture practices has published its blueprint for creating desirable, contextual housing developments in response to a plea by housing minister Kit Malthouse
The prototype homes on the southern edge of Cambridge are the first dwellings in the UK where as-built performance has been found to match that of the design. But where’s the beauty of the scheme? asks Fran Williams. Photography Tim Crocker
28.02.19: Climate Change specialSubscription
The AJ’s Climate Change special issue features building studies of three highly sustainable developments: Goldsmith Street housing in Norwich by Mikhail Riches; the 800-home Climate Innovation District in Leeds by Citu with White Arkitekter; and the Virido development in Cambridge by Pollard Thomas Edwards. PLUS We investigate what architects can do to mitigate the huge impact of construction on global warming; Paul Finch stresses the ...
A major housing association is to use offsite manufacturing on all its new-build homes from 2025 after taking advice from a consortium including three major architecture practices
Residents on a council estate in north London are to vote on whether Studio Egret West’s £1 billion regeneration of the area next to Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium should go ahead
AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and RUFF architects have won the go-ahead for a major mixed-use development in north London