17 July 2020
Competition win in Sweden
We're very excited to announce that our design has been selected as the winning entry in a competition to design and deliver a new headquarters for the Swedish island of Gotland's housing association, Gotlandshem.
29 June 2020
6 Orsman road launched by Storey
Today British Land's Storey launches their latest building, 6 Orsman Road. Our most recently completed office on the bank of the Regent's Canal.
26 May 2020
Offsite mobile vaccination solution
The Covid-19 crisis has seen a surge in the implementation of modular off-site solutions for new hospitals - these have helped the current situation, but what about the next stage? With the promise of a vaccine, how does the UK immunise 66m people as quickly as possible?
24 April 2020
Policy Change Not Climate Change
The Government is consulting on extending the ban on combustible materials to more building types and is proposing to lower the height from 18m to 11m, which will include all buildings of four storeys and above.
This ban will severely inhibit our ability to decarbonise the UK construction industry.
10 March 2020
Nominated for Green Heart Award
We found ourselves at the Houses of Parliament last night to celebrate the unsung heroes helping to create a future where the UK no longer contributes to climate change.
3 March 2020
Anthony Timberlands Center
WT/GO Architecture reveal their proposal for the design and fabrication facility at the Univeristy of Arkansas.
31 January 2020
The fourth iteration of our Multiply pavilion for AHEC Europe is now open in Madrid as part of Madrid Design Festival.
30 December 2019
V and A Christmas Event
We were delighted to be part of the V and A christmas event this year based on our Trenezia project. Those involved built scale model cities on water using cardboard modular units.
20 December 2019
Happy Christmas from all at Waugh Thistleton Architects!
28 November 2019
Waugh Thistleton shortlisted for Arkansas School
We are delighted to announce that Waugh Thistleton Architects have been shortlisted to create a design and fabrication facility at the Univeristy of Arkansas.