Tag : Neave Brown
The latest AJ focuses on education projects for age groups ranging from toddlers upwards: Bogle Architects’ Early Learning Village in Singapore is one of the world’s largest nursery schools with a capacity for 2,100 children; Penoyre & Prasad’s Sibson Building provides a new home for the University of Kent’s maths and business schools; while Sheppard Robson has converted Old Marylebone Town Hall into the Sammy Ofer Centre for the ...
Obituary: Neave Brown (1929–2018)Subscription
Elain Harwood recalls the life and work of the acclaimed housing architect who died this month, aged 88, less than four months after receiving the RIBA Gold Medal
Tributes paid to architecture ‘giant’ Neave Brown Subscription
Social housing pioneer and RIBA Royal Gold Medal winner Neave Brown has died at the age of 88
05.10.17: Offsite constructionSubscription
The AJ looks at the latest wave of offsite construction, seen as a way to tackle both the housing crisis and the skills shortage. We investigate whether it will invigorate the profession – or destroy it. There are related building studies on HKR’s modular homes for Pocket Housing; Dalston Works mixed-used scheme by Waugh Thistleton; and Eric Parry’s 4 Pancras Square in King’s Cross PLUS also in King’s Cross, Duggan Morris’s ...
We all dream of an army of Neave BrownsSubscription
The people need to know about the people’s architect, writes Will Hurst
The celebrated 88-year-old architect behind three trailblazing social housing schemes received the RIBA Royal Gold Medal yesterday (2 October). Ella Braidwood met him
Scottish architects reacted with almost unadulterated anger at the ‘embarrassing’ foam-clad RIAS-backed pop-up installation that appeared last month in Glasgow Central station
Tributes to Neave Brown: 'An architect who designed the setting for social life and relationships'Subscription
The profession pays tribute to 88-year-old social housing ‘legend’ Neave Brown, who will receive the RIBA 2018 Royal Gold Medal next month
Haverstock’s special needs facility for 16 to 25-year-olds pays its dues to Neave Brown’s celebrated Camden estate, writes Jon Astbury. Photography by Simon Kennedy