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Tag : Emmett Russell Architects

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    Working in Bristol: ‘The city has a strong social and environmental agenda’Subscription

    Building14 February, 2020

    Fran Williams speaks to five Bristol studios – Cryer & Coe, Emmett Russell, Smith Maloney, Connolly Wellingham and 3|10 Studio – about practising in the city as well as a key infill or retrofit scheme that each is working on

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    13.02.20: BristolSubscription

    Digital Edition12 February, 2020

    The AJ goes west, featuring interviews with five Bristol practices – Cryer & Coe, Emmett Russell, Smith Maloney, Connolly Wellingham and 3|10 Studio – focusing on a key infill or retrofit scheme each is working on; as well as a building study of Barefoot Architects’ Cor-ten Courtyard House in the city. PLUS Pitman Tozer Architects completes the first new homes for ...

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    Eight winning projects for RIBA South West awards revealedSubscription

    News16 May, 2018

    Feilden Fowles’ pie factory in Somerset has been named Building of the Year in the RIBA’s South West region

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    Transforming Bristol’s garage landSubscription

    Building8 March, 2018

    Local practice Emmett Russell Architects has created Passivhaus-standard social housing on two small infill sites in the city, writes Jon Astbury. Photography Craig Aukland/Fotohaus

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    08.03.18: HomesSubscription

    Digital Edition8 March, 2018

    The AJ homes issue features studies of two Bristol schemes on former garage sites by Emmett Russell Architects; New Mildmay in east London by Feilden Clegg Bradley and Matthew Lloyd Architects; and Weston Street mansion block in Bermondsey by AHMM. We also look at the growing popularity of co-housing schemes, while Owen Hatherley despairs at the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station ...