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World Architecture Festival 2017 Highlights

Creative Director Jason Flanagan discusses designing spaces for music at this year’s festival

22nd Nov 2017

We had a great time at the 10th World Architecture Festival in Berlin last week. ‘Performance’ was the theme for this year’s programme which included a number of seminars, talks, live crits, and architecture tours across the European city. WAF Programme Director and Editorial Director of the Architects’ Journal Paul Finch said the aim of the ... Read
We had a great time at the 10th World Architecture Festival in Berlin last week. ‘Performance’ was the theme for ... Read

FLINT Shortlisted at the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors Awards

Flanagan Lawrence Interiors present the Nova Building at the Berlin Festival.

13th Nov 2017

This week sees Robbie Turner and Vesna Aksentijevic of FLINT, the Interior Design company of the Flanagan Lawrence Group, presenting their interior design for The Nova Building. This premium residential development for Landsec comprises 170 apartments, distributed across 12 floors and also incorporates a private cinema, a fitness suite and an ... Read
This week sees Robbie Turner and Vesna Aksentijevic of FLINT, the Interior Design company of the Flanagan ... Read

World Architecture Festival Retrospective

Ahead of this year’s awards, it’s time to look back at our previous trips to the festival.

3rd Nov 2017

With the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF) fast approaching, we take a look at our last few years at the event. We’ve had projects featured there since 2012, when both our Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and Soundforms were shortlisted in the Built – Culture category. Soundforms went on to win a high commendation. Acoustic Shells ... Read
With the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF) fast approaching, we take a look at our last few years at the ... Read

The Sunday Times British Home Awards 2017

Melior Street wins Highly Commended in the mixed use category.

22nd Sep 2017

Our Melior Street scheme was yesterday named highly commended in the Sunday Times British Home Awards mixed use category. The development comprises 37 residential units, 4 commercial units at ground level, and includes improvements to the Manna Centre for homeless people and Church facilities. The Sunday Times British Home Awards recognise the ... Read
Our Melior Street scheme was yesterday named highly commended in the Sunday Times British Home Awards mixed use ... Read

Happy Birthday, Live Tales!

A year on from the opening of our award winning scheme for Live Theatre.

21st Sep 2017

Last week Live Tales, a centre for children and young people’s writing based in classrooms in our conversion of a Grade 2 listed Almshouse, celebrated their successful first year. In that time they’ve provided free creative writing lessons to over 1,500 pupils from 30 different schools in the local area. The Live Works scheme incorporates a ... Read
Last week Live Tales, a centre for children and young people’s writing based in classrooms in our conversion of a ... Read

NW07 and NW08 Progress

The next of our residential schemes in Wembley are close to topping out.

14th Sep 2017

Located in the heart of Wembley Park, NW07 and 08 are part of Flanagan Lawrence and Quintain’s ongoing regeneration of the area. The projects will provide 361 residential units, as well as retail space, amenities including a library for residents, and a landscaped pedestrianised street, further reinforcing their place as part of the Wembley ... Read
Located in the heart of Wembley Park, NW07 and 08 are part of Flanagan Lawrence and Quintain’s ongoing regeneration ... Read

Brighton Summer Party 2017

The Flanagan Lawrence team celebrate their 2017 achievements.

11th Sep 2017

Last week saw the biggest social event on the practice’s calendar: the Flanagan Lawrence summer party! The team made the journey to Brighton in an attempt to find the last of the summer weather – only to be greeted by unremitting rain and wind. Despite the conditions, an intrepid few colleagues even chose to cycle from London to Brighton! Not ... Read
Last week saw the biggest social event on the practice’s calendar: the Flanagan Lawrence summer party! The team ... Read

AJ Architecture Awards 2017

234 Bath Road shortlisted for the Refurb of the Year category

8th Sep 2017

Our 234 Bath Road project has been shortlisted for the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards 2017, in the Refurb of the Year category. The shortlisting continues the ongoing coverage of 234 Bath Road in various awards programmes, including winning the best Refurbishment project at the Schueco Excellence Awards 2017, and a nomination for the AJ ... Read
Our 234 Bath Road project has been shortlisted for the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards 2017, in the Refurb of the ... Read

AJ Architecture Awards 2017

Live Works shortlisted for the Community & Faith Project of the Year category

7th Sep 2017

Our Live Works project has been shortlisted for the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards 2017, in the Community & Faith Project of the Year category. The shortlisting continues the ongoing coverage of Live Works in various awards programmes, including a RIBA National Award and three RIBA regional awards, a Civic Trust National Award, and it is ... Read
Our Live Works project has been shortlisted for the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards 2017, in the Community & ... Read

Flanagan Lawrence for #Sunderland2021

The MACQ Auditorium is part of Sunderland’s bid to be the UK City of Culture 2021.

25th Aug 2017

Flanagan Lawrence is excited to be contributing to Sunderland’s bid as the UK City of Culture 2021, with our design of the MACQ Auditorium enriching the cultural offerings of this historic town. The MACQ Auditorium is due to begin construction later this year, and will follow the completion of the neighbouring Fire Station, which will be ... Read
Flanagan Lawrence is excited to be contributing to Sunderland’s bid as the UK City of Culture 2021, with our design ... Read
 
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