23 July 2021
LSA move into 6 Orsman Road
We were excited to hear that the London School of Architecture is moving into our building at 6 Orsman Road.
8 July 2021
16 Orsman Road granted planning permission
We're delighted to announce that our scheme at 16 Orsman Road has been granted planning permission.
2 June 2021
Hoxton Cinema opens 4th June
We are very excited to announce the new 3 screen Curzon cinema, (our Pitfield Street project) opens its doors for the first time since the 1950s.
22 May 2021
Financial Times: Use of CLT for Dalston Works
Andrew is featured in this weekend's Financial Times discussing the carbon benefits of building in timber and our use of CLT for Dalston Works.
20 May 2021
Pakhuis de Zwijger The Timber City
In case you missed it the first time, you can watch Andrew Waugh's Timber City talk on Pakhuis de Zwijger.
10 May 2021
Open call for climate action research
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Architects Declare have launched an open call for research to present at the inaugural Built Environment Summit and to form accompanying report, which will be presented to global leaders at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26).
26 April 2021
Social Justice, Climate Justice
We're leading this year's Laminate Studio at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, Arkansas, investigating what we should build our buildings from, and why we should build them that way.
22 April 2021
Rethink The Future
Making 90% of our new buildings from wood, rather than concrete and steel, could cut global CO2 emissions by 4% - more than the climate footprint of flying.
15 April 2021
The AJ: Bushey Cemetery rammed earth
The Architects' Journal feature Bushey Cemetery and how the use of rammed earth in the UK and European Architecture is on the rise!
To find out more, read the full article
13 April 2021
The Times: "Best Eco Building Designs”
With the UK committed to becoming ‘carbon net zero’ by 2050, Jonathan Morrison looks at the environmentally friendly design tricks that will help to get us there, sighting both WTA’s strong advocacy for timber, and Bushey Cemetery as exemplar new approaches with great green credentials.