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SWC – Open House event, 16 September 2017
On Saturday 16 September 2017, 1-5pm, two architects will host a Q&A session in the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre lecture theatre.
SWC – Open House event, 16 September 2017
100 Houses 100 Years
We are delighted to announce that the 20th Century Society has selected Eagle Rock House in East Sussex as the house of 1982.
100 Houses 100 Years
AdK 2018 Berlin Art Prize (Baukunst) + Junge Akademie Fellowship
The Akademie der Künste has invited Ian Ritchie to form the jury to select the recipient of the 2018 Berlin Art Prize (Baukunst).
AdK 2018 Berlin Art Prize (Baukunst) + Junge Akademie Fellowship
Royal Academy of Music – Topping Out
20th July saw the topping out with the placing of the glass to the Recital Hall cupola. The pictures show the Principal Jonathan Freeman-Attwood with the architect, Ian Ritchie. ‘Topping Out’ is traditionally when the building’s construction reaches its highest point, and was organised by the contractor – Osborne. The new Opera – Theatre and […]
Royal Academy of Music – Topping Out
Ian Ritchie’s Opinion piece from Architects Journal – 13th July 2017
Ian Ritchie: ‘The Garden Bridge’s backers live in an alternate reality defined by privilege’ There must be a reckoning on the Garden Bridge and it must not happen again, writes Ian Ritchie Download the full article. Original article here.
Ian Ritchie’s Opinion piece from Architects Journal – 13th July 2017
Why socialism?
An article written by Albert Einstein in May 1949 that appeared in the first issue of the socialist journal Monthly Review which seems pertinent to the world of today. “Private capital tends to become concentrated in few hands, partly because of competition among the capitalists, and partly because technological development and the increasing division of […]
Why socialism?
WAF Finalists
iRAL are delighted to have three projects selected as World Architecture Festival Awards finalists: Mercers Walk 'Mixed Use' and 'Best Use of Colour'; Royal Shakespeare Company's The Other Place (TOP) New & Old; and Royal Academy of Music's Opera Theatre and Recital Hall Future Projects.
WAF Finalists
Galvanising Awards 2017 – Duplex Award
iRAL are pleased to announce Sainsbury Wellcome Centre as the winner of the 2017 Duplex Award at the Galvanising Awards. This is the 6th win for SWC having won 2 RICS awards, 2 European awards (LEAF) and BCI Major Project of the Year 2016.
Galvanising Awards 2017 – Duplex Award
Constructing Excellence Awards 2017
iRAL are pleased to announce Mercers Walk as the 2017 Winner of the Constructing Excellence Building of the Year Award (London and South East). “a remarkably complex project with outstanding outcomes despite its challenging location and associated restrictions.” The principal contractor was Osborne. The design team was led by Ian Ritchie Architects with engineering by […]
Constructing Excellence Awards 2017
Sousse and Bardo Memorial
We are honoured to announce our participation with Tim Morgan, sculptor, for the Sousse and Bardo Memorial competition held by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The memorial will commemorate the victims of the Port El Kantaoui and Bardo National Museum terrorist attacks in 2015. The winning submission from the eight shortlisted designers will be announced […]
Sousse and Bardo Memorial