1. Mess: Spatial Strategies for London's Cultural Infrastructure
    Focussing on the theme of Cultural Infrastructure, DSDHA has led Metabolic City: one of the LSA 2017 Design Think Tanks. Working collaboratively with the students we have addressed some of the issues raised by the Mayor's Cultural Infrastructure strategy and devised a spatial strategy to “sustain London’s future as a cultural...
  2. Collective Impressions
    A paper delivered by Roberta Marcaccio on DSDHA's Grounded Research methodology at the Inter=Photography and Architecture International Conference in Pamplona, Spain.
  3. London School of Architecture
    DSDHA director Deborah Saunt is the Director of Inter-Practice at the newly founded London School of Architecture (LSA), a cutting-edge, bottom-up initiative, which aims at bridging the gap between academia and practice and promises to democratise architectural education, by making it more affordable and therefore...
  4. LSA Design Think Tanks 2016
    DSDHA is one of the practices in the LSA network involved in the research of the Design Think Tanks. The LSA aims to create a vibrant and dynamic research platform among the students and the practices involved in the school, harnessing the power of collaborative endeavour and shared purpose to engage in global design conversations...
  5. Orbits and Trajectories - PhD research by Deborah Saunt
  6. Vesta House: Designing for Openness
    A paper delivered by DSDHA Associate John Zhang at the Future of Open Building Conference at ETH Zurich in September 2015. 
  7. Monumentimals
    http://www.dsdha.co.uk/projects/54be8707c1b2e00003000001/Monumentimals‘Monumentimals’ was DSDHA’s contribution to the Monumental Masonry Exhibition, held at Sir John Soane’s Museum from 6th December 2014 – 24th January 2015.
  8. Self Made City - A talk by Kristien Ring
    Kristien Ring from the Berlin-based Active Architecture Project visited DSDHA to deliver her lecture 'Self Made City'.Kristien spoke about self-initiated building projects as an alternative mean to deliver high quality design in the built environment.See the video of the talk below.For more information visit the AA Project...
  9. Rome Study Trip
  10. David Hills in Conversation with Edmund de Waal at the Royal Academy
    Series: Talks Date: 8th December 2014 Time: 18:30 – 19:45 Venue: Geological Society Location: Piccadilly, W1