Tag : Retrofit Awards
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
AJ Retrofit Awards 2019 winners revealedSubscription
Featherstone Young’s Ty Pawb arts centre in Wales has been named AJ Retrofit of the Year 2019
In this special retrofit issue we launch our new RetroFirst campaign championing reuse in the built environment. We also announce the winners of the AJ Retrofit Awards 2019 covering 18 different categories; as well as building studies of two retrofit projects: Orms’ conversion of council offices into a hotel in Camden, north London; and Flower Michelin Architects’ Shingle House renovation and extension of a seaside ...
The AJ can reveal the fifth and final set of projects vying for this year’s AJ Retrofit Awards 2019. Today: Higher and Further Education; Hotel, Retail and Leisure; and International categories
The AJ can reveal the fourth set of finalists among the 140 projects vying for this year’s AJ Retrofit Awards 2019. Today: the Cultural and Listed Buildings categories
The AJ can reveal the third set of finalists among the 140 projects vying for this year’s AJ Retrofit Awards 2019. Today: Offices
The AJ can reveal the second set of finalists vying for this year’s ‘retrofit Oscars’. Today: the two housing categories, as well as school and health projects
Over the next week the AJ will be revealing the nearly 140 projects shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2019, starting here with the three House categories
The AJ homes edition looks at east London’s Fish Island Village featuring housing by Haworth Tompkins, Pitman Tozer and Lyndon Goode; as well as Graeme Nicholls Architects’ twin-block development of flats in Ashtree Road, Glasgow; and we ask whether a slew of factory-built schemes means the modular housing future has finally arrived. PLUS a building study of Marks Barfield’s Cambridge ...
To cut carbon emissions we should be looking to practical and deliverable solutions, such as making better use of existing buildings, writes Paul Finch