Tag : Sergison Bates
11.04.19: Cultural buildingsSubscription
Four building studies are packed into our cultural special issue: 6a architects’ MK Gallery; Carmody Groarke’s Windermere Jetty Museum; Foster + Partners’ Norton Museum of Art in Florida; and Feilden Fowles’ Yorkshire Sculpture Park visitor centre. PLUS Sergison Bates’ Pompidou Brussels goes in for planning; is the Tulip the most controversial planning approval this century?; and the ...
26.04.18: Health and wellbeingSubscription
The latest AJ travels far and wide to bring you the best new healthcare buildings: Sergison Bates’s care home in Wingene, Belgium; a domestic violence refuge in Tel Aviv by Amos Goldreich; the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary by NBBJ with Ryder Architecture; and Glenn Howells’ TouchBase Pears building for deafblind charity Sense. PLUS We analyse architecture practices’ gender pay gap data ...
This spacious facility for the elderly in Flanders subtly fends off any sense of it being an ‘institution’, writes Rob Wilson. Photography by Kristien Daem and Danko Stjepanovic
Buildings to watch in 2019Subscription
Rob Wilson selects some key completions on the horizon
Sergison Bates has hit back at criticism of its proposed 20-storey tower in Wandsworth town centre, after education secretary Justine Greening called it an ‘uninspiring, ugly design’
Sergison Bates has been chosen to design a new community hub for East End-based charity St Margaret’s House behind its existing home in Bethnal Green
Sergison Bates has been shortlisted in an international competition to transform Barcelona’s 25,000m² Can Batlló industrial complex into a new city archive
Plans by Sergison Bates for an 88-home care home on a green belt site in Windlesham, Surrey, have been turned down on the grounds of overdevelopment
Wandsworth Council’s planning officers have recommended approval for Sergison Bates’s revised plans to replace a set of industrial buildings in Clapham with nine homes
A team featuring Sergison Bates, Swiss firm EM2N and Belgian outfit noAarchitecten has won the competition to design Brussels’ £105 million Pompidou Centre