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A planning application was submitted on behalf of Royceton for an office building in Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA).

Olympic Village

The press has consistently identified our practice as one of the architects designing the Olympic Village. Regrettably, in part due to our workload we have declined Bovis Lend Lease’s invitation.

Football Facilities

We have been shortlisted for Football Changing Facilities on an epic scale. A choice of architect will be taken in November.

St Petersburg

Following an interview in London, we have been shortlisted for a major masterplanning project in St Petersburg. We attended a second interview in Helsinki earlier this month with Arup. WES, Hamburg, is the landscape member of our team.

Furniture Design

We have been commissioned to design new range of furniture through one of office projects which is Westminster. We have, with our client’s approval, selected Koleksiyon as our industrial partner.

Ironmongery Design

A full range of ironmongery is being developed with IZE for a London office project.

Task Lamp

We have been designing alongside Ulrike Brandi Licht, Hamburg, a new high performance task lamp. We are at the advanced prototype stage and look foreward to seeing it into production during 2009.

Liverpool Exhibition

Poïesis in Architecture
This exhibition captures the essence from 20 international projects of Ian Ritchie Architects through poetry, drawing, photography, models, components, materials and books. The exhibition is at the University of Liverpool, Department of Architecture, Leverhulme Building, Abercromby Square from 3rd October 2008 to 16th January 2009. Opening night party is 2nd October.

Building Physics

We are pleased to report that the Visiting Professors in Building Physics sponsored jointly by the Royal Academy of Engineering, Ove Arup Foundation, Buro Happold, Hoare Lea, Max Fordham & Partners, DSSR and Ian Ritchie Architects has been very successfully implemented at Bristol, Cambridge and Sheffield universities. There is a strong possibility that a further university will be funded this coming academic year, and two more in 2009. Further information on this initiative can be obtained from ian.bowbrick@raeng.org.uk