Tag : Featherstone Young
The 347m² house has two wings enclosing a central courtyard, one topped by a folded green roof rising out of the ground, giving the illusion that ’the field has been lifted up and the house slid in beneath’
New film: Inside Ty Pawb, AJ Retrofit of the YearVideoSubscription
Featherstone Young’s retrofit of a car park in Wrexham was named AJ Retrofit of the Year at the AJ Retrofit Awards 2019
Featherstone Young’s gallery-beneath-a car park in Wrexham has seen off six other shortlisted schemes to win the 2019 Gold Medal for Architecture in Wales
Dow Jones’ Maggie’s Centre in Cardiff is one of seven projects vying for the 2019 Gold Medal for Architecture in Wales
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 ...