Silhouette by Ian Ritchie Architects, along with Jane Wernick Associates, engineers, and Ann Christopher, Sculptor, are one of six finalists shortlisted for the National Grid Pylon Competition. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) ran the competition in partnership with the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
North House has won an Irish Architecture Award in the ‘Best Conservation / Restoration Project’ category. Thanks to an admirable client and accomplished consultants at WSP and King Shaw Associates. An exhibition displaying all winning projects is currently on view in the Atrium at Dublin City Council.
Plans to build a new neuroscience research centre have been approved by London Borough of Camden, subject to referral to the Mayor. The new building, known as the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, will be built on the corner of Howland Street and Charlotte Street. Members of Camden’s Development Control Committee voted overwhelmingly in favour of the project at a meeting on 21.07.2011. The Sainsbury Wellcome Centre represents a joint venture between the Gatsby Charitable Foundation and the Wellcome Trust to establish a new Research Centre in Neural Circuits and Behaviour at University College London.
North House was the London and South East Regional Winner at the British Council for Offices Awards in the ‘Under 2000m2’ category. We were supported by a wonderful client and excellent consultants at WSP and King Shaw Associates. The BCO aims to define excellence in office space by recognising top quality design and functionality.
Gordon Talbot and Ian Ritchie will be visiting the Lamberts Glass factory in Bavaria to explore the development of a new cast glass product. Glashütte Lamberts Waldsassen is a company with a strong commitment to eco-friendly glass production. The factory invests in advanced green manufacturing technologies and carefully selects environmentally conscious business partners.