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  1. 10.06.2019

    DSDHA model on show at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

    Our model of the future of Camden's West End is on show in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Commissioned by the London Borough of Camden and now being delivered on site, we envisioned Camden’s West End with a new street hierarchy and five high-quality public spaces, including closing Alfred Place to become a park which will be the first new public green space in the area for over 100 years. The improvements are already radically improving the atmosphere around Tottenham Court Road and Gower St, offering people wider pavements and generous places for streetlife to flourish, along with reduced traffic domination and better public transport connectivity. 
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  2. 11.10.2018

    Directors Deborah Saunt and David Hills named in the ES' annual Progress 1000 list

    Deborah Saunt and David Hills, says the Evening Standard, "are making their mark on the West End, with a £32 million urban landscaping project to improve the area between Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street due to complete this year." For this reason they have made the Evening Standard’s Progress 1000: London’s most influential people 2018 – Architecture list – which honours the people who are helping to shape the city for the future.
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  3. 06.10.2016

    Deborah Saunt and David Hills named in The ES’ Progress 1000

    Our Directors have been named by the Evening Standard among London’s most influential people of 2016: "The team have attracted much attention in the capital for their striking 'Flatiron' building in South Molton Street, a studio for artist Edmund de Waal and their own sunken house in Clapham. Next up is the £32 million project for new landscaping around Centre Point and the surrounding streets, to be completed in 2018."
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  4. 15.11.2014

    Deborah Saunt and Tom Greenall on 'Why Architecture Must Never Stand Still'

    Thursday 20 November 2014
    Architectural Association School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES

    Two of DSDHA's Directors will present a lecture on the Practice's search for new forms of beauty through active design, research and agency. They will talk about projects spanning from macro-scaled urban strategies and infrastructure studies, such as the redesign of the area of Camden's West End in which the AA sits, though to individual, crafted buildings which celebrate materiality and the act of making within architecture, such as Alex Monroe’s Studio in Snowfields and the recently completed Covert House (pictured, photograph by Hélène Binet).
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