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News - 2015

Europan 13
Alicia Hernanz and Tania Dorta with their collective Knitknot Architecture have won the Europan 13 competition for Os, Norway with their proposal 'Osurbia'.
Europan 13
Article 25 Art Auction
The theme for this year’s event is the River Thames with artists exploring the role the river plays in shaping our city.
Article 25 Art Auction
Toni Rüttimann – The Man Who Builds Bridges, public talk 24th November 2015
Public Talk at UCL - Sainsbury Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour
Toni Rüttimann – The Man Who Builds Bridges, public talk 24th November 2015
Designing with the Mind in Mind
Ian Ritchie is giving a talk on Neuroscience and Architecture -
Designing with the Mind in Mind
Professors of Psychiatry
Ian Ritchie is the speaker and guest of honour at the Annual October Event of the Club of Professors of Psychiatry on Thursday 29th October 2015 at the Athenaeum, London
Professors of Psychiatry
IRAL in Malta
The majority of the studio team recently enjoyed a long weekend in Malta to share in the Farsons Foundation's 20th anniversary celebrations, and to explore Farsons Brewery and the island. A video about the Farsons Project can be seen here.
IRAL in Malta
The Dark Side, 25th September
The continual subversion/revolution of landscape and architecture is the subject of the 2015/16 one-day conference at the University of Greenwich’s Department of Architecture and Landscape, Stockwell Street, Greenwich.
The Dark Side, 25th September
University of Liverpool
The university have confirmed Ian's role as special visiting professor on the Master of Architecture (MArch) from 2015-2018.
University of Liverpool
Sussex House
Ian Ritchie Architects have submitted a full planning application to Westminster City Council
Sussex House
Inventive Landscapes with Ian Ritchie RA, 26 June 2015
Ian Ritchie will be discussing his chosen theme ‘Inventive Landscapes’ for this year’s Architecture Room in the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts on Friday 26 June 2015.
Inventive Landscapes with Ian Ritchie RA, 26 June 2015
NLA Event: What is London made of?
Karl Singporewala will be taking the ‘pechakucha challenge’ (20 images x 20 seconds), presenting the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre façade on Tuesday 2 June 2015, 16:00-17:00 at the Future Materials and Systems stand, Vision London, Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX.
NLA Event: What is London made of?
‘Resemble’ – IRAL’s RACE chair for charity
‘Resemble’, Ian Ritchie Architects adaptation of an Ernest Race chair will be sold in aid of the UK charity The Art Room. 90 artists, designers and architects have transformed chairs which are cascading from Selfridges’ Atrium until 14 June 2015 in an installation curated by Fair & Co entitled Re-Work It.
‘Resemble’ – IRAL’s RACE chair for charity
NLA Public London exhibition
Mercers’ Yard has been selected for the NLA Public London exhibition which will run in the NLA galleries at The Building Centre from 23 April - 11 July 2015.
NLA Public London exhibition
STEM Academy students talk
Jonny Shaw will be discussing with students at the STEM Academy in Islington 16.04.15 what is the potential of a career in the professional world of architecture and building engineering.
STEM Academy students talk
Royal Academy of Arts
Ian Ritchie is hanging the Architecture Gallery in this year's Summer Exhibition. Its theme is 'inventive landscape'.  
Royal Academy of Arts
Bromley
A further phase including 296 apartments has been submitted for planning permission to the London Borough of Bromley.
Bromley
RSC The Other Place
Following an Arts Council of England requirement for a competitive process, the RSC has appointed Ian Ritchie Architects to lead a multi-disciplinary team to transform the Courtyard Theatre and The Other Place through to completion.  
RSC The Other Place
Mercers’ Yard
Construction has begun on the first of three current projects in Covent Garden with which the practice is involved. The main contractor is Osborne.
Mercers’ Yard
The Culture of Performance
A roundtable discussion with presentations from Mike Davies, Ian Ritchie, Cristina Garcia, Piers Gough, Don Gray and Andrew Holmes at the launch of the Mark Fisher Scholarship.
The Culture of Performance