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  1. 04.10.2019

    Deborah Saunt named in the 2019 Progress 1000: London's most influential people

    The Evening Standard has once again named Deborah Saunt in the Progress 1000 list of London's most influential people, as a key influencer who is 'responsible for changing the look of significant chunks of London for the better with her head-turning architecture.'

    The South Molton Street Building in Mayfair was also mentioned as a 'memorable' example of DSDHA's architecture. 
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  2. 03.08.2018

    The Business of Research Symposium

    Tuesday 3 July
    2 to 6.30 pm
    Foster + Partners
    Riverside, 22 Hester Rd
    London SW11 4AN

    In preparation for our guest-edited issue of Architectural Design – titled ‘The Business of Research’ (Spring 2019) – DSDHA have assembled distinguished scholars, researchers and a number of practitioners, both in public and private fields, to discuss the emerging landscape of practice-based architectural research: a mode of working which is destabilising the deep-rooted separation between academia and practice, demanding a new definition of the term ‘research’, one that is relevant to both parties.

    Speakers included Shumi Bose, WeWork, Public Practice, OMA, Assemble, Ziona Strelitz, James Soane, Lara Kinneir and more.

    Read Jessie Turnbull's review of the event for the RIBA Journal here.
    Tags: AD DSDHA Symposium Research architecture The Business of Research RIBA Journal
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  3. 23.01.2015

    Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

    DSDHA is delighted to be one of three teams selected for the second stage of the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Competition, along with Caruso St John and Latz+Partner

    The project will provide an overarching redevelopment for the hard landscape setting of the expanded Dockyard and to better integrate the buildings on site, both old and new. 

    In view of the nature of the site, its waterfront, its buildings and historic vessels, the combined goal of the collaborative approach between visual artists and winning architect is to engage a broad public in the current life, unique integrity, spatial qualities and history of the Historic Dockyard.   We will be collaborating with the acclaimed artist Nathan Coley and the landscape consultants LDA on our proposals.

    The overall masterplan is set to complete in 2017.

    Tags: Architecture DSDHA masterplan urban regeneration urban design landscaping landscape design Portsmouth Harbour Portsmouth Historic Dockyard artists visual artists urban Competition nathan coley LDA
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  4. 06.12.2014


    Monumental Masonry Exhibition
    Saturday 6 December 2014 - Saturday 24 January 2015
    10.00am - 5.00pm
    13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
    London WC2A 3BP

    The exhibition was the result of a collaboration between Sir John Soane’s Museum and Bompas & Parr, who together launched an open call for architects and designers to 'create epic monuments in a magnificent celebration of death.'
    Tags: news Monumental Masonry 3D Printing Exhibition Funerary Architecture Maggie’s Cancer Charity Soane Museum DSDHA Monumental Masonry Exhibition Sir John Soane Museum Auction Competition Arts and Culture Arts Bompas and Parr Charity Auction Monumentimals
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  5. 22.11.2014

    Unit 11 at The Cass

    This year, DSDHA's Unit 11 at The Cass is exploring 'Above and Below', a brief that questions how infrastructure and building beneath, as well as above and around us, can influence design and how we live.

    The Unit field trip, led by Deborah Saunt, David Hills, Nicola Ibbotson and Matthew Lambert, took students to The National Gallery Scotland, where this photo of Dixon Jones' first-floor light-well was taken. 
    Tags: teaching research news unit 11 the cass London Metropolitan University DSDHA
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  6. 03.10.2014

    Award Triumph for Alex Monroe Studio at World Architecture Festival

    On the concluding day of the World Architecture Festival 2014, held in Singapore, DSDHA's Alex Monroe Studio won the Wood Excellence Award. 

    The World Architecture Festival is the world’s largest festival and live awards competition dedicated to celebrating, and sharing architectural excellence from across the globe. 

    Visit the award page here for more information.
    Tags: Awards Winner 2014 DSDHA Alex Monroe The Shard London Snowsfields
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  7. 09.09.2014

    Further Award and Nominations for Alex Monroe Studio

    DSDHA's Alex Monroe Studio has received the International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. In addition, Alex Monroe Studio has been shortlisted for a Wood Excellence Award at the 2014 World Architecture Festival, as well as the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2014. 

    Read more about the project here.
    Tags: Awards Winner 2014 DSDHA Alex Monroe The Shard London Snowsfields
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  8. 02.05.2014

    Kristien Ring to Visit DSDHA

    We're excited to have Kristien Ring, Architect and Curator, visit the Practice on Monday the 12th May to talk to us about her new book 'Self Made City.' 

    Kristien will also be talking to Parliament the on the 13th May about Collective Custom Build. 

    Read more here.

    Tags: Self Made City Berlin DSDHA Studio Talks Unit 11 Kristien Ring Collective Custom Build Parliament
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