Tag : Featherstone Young
The practice undertook this scheme on a pro bono basis, designing a two-storey community building and one-storey boxing club linked by a ‘social street’
This retrofit project in Wrexham creates a space where art can work cheek-by-jowl with commercial and community uses, writes Jon Astbury. Photography James Morris
The latest AJ features the winners of our 2018 Retrofit Awards, a celebration of creative repurposing covering 13 different building categories; as well as a full building study of the overall winner: Ian Ritchie Architects’ Susie Sainsbury Theatre and Angela Burgess Recital Hall for the Royal Academy of Music in London; and a study of a possible future contender: Featherstone Young’s Tŷ Pawb retrofit arts building ...
Work starts on Featherstone Young’s gym for boxing club destroyed in Grenfell Tower fireSubscription
A popular West London boxing club destroyed in the Grenfell Fire is set to have a permanent new home as construction work begins on a replacement designed pro bono by Featherstone Young
Aluminium ‘pop-ups’ are the distinctive feature of this restoration of a Modernist house, a disused granary and a redundant windmill, writes Jon Astbury. Photography by Brotherton Lock
16.11.17: Foster’s Bloomberg HQSubscription
The latest AJ features Foster + Partners’ £1 billion European HQ for business news giant Bloomberg in the City of London; as well as two heritage projects: Dow Jones’s upgrade and extension of London’s Garden Museum; and Featherstone Young’s restoration of a disused granary, Modernist house and iconic windmill on the South Downs in Sussex. PLUS analysis of dRMM’s RIBA Stirling Prize win for Hastings Pier and Richard Murphy’s RIAS Doolan ...