SEW Solid Crew…


From the softball little leagues SEW has risen quickly to reach the top of the softball elite under the calm and calculated guidance of their captain, James Cook. Yes, Captain Cook. The team moto “convivial ruthlessness” quintessentially depicts the kind smiled, beer in hand exterior image of the team whilst sweeping through the most experienced of teams. The team proudly promotes its grassroots softball, with a number of its members having never played before the season, since developing into big gun hitters and have been akin to Jonty Rhodes in the field.

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From Pavement to Platform…


We wish to invite people into Studio Egret West’s new studio and showroom space to discuss the past, present and future of the world’s oldest underground train network, London’s biggest ‘work in progress’.

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V Bridge…


V Bridge was one of 86 entries to the Nine Elms to Pimlico pedestrian and cycle bridge competition. We were runners up.. But we are still cycling…

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City of Science, Rome…


This is our entry for the competition launched by CDP Investimenti Sgr together with the Rome Municipal Government in order to shape the regeneration of the Flaminio area of Rome, an area experiencing an intense process of transformation including the MAXXI art gallery by Zaha Hadid.

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Eastwick and Sweetwater…


The Mayor of London and the London Legacy Development Corporation announced today that Places for People and Balfour Beatty have been appointed to bring forward plans for up to 1,500 new homes, with up to 30 per cent affordable and 500 private homes to rent on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, six years ahead of the original masterplan.

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Beyond Paradis…


Studio Egret West was recently invited to undertake a ‘parallel assignment’ to consider the future transformation of the area around Paradis station in Stavanger on Norway’s west coast. The challenge was to introduce some well needed office accommodation and a critical mass of development in a predominantly small scale residential neighbourhood and yet appear seamlessly integrated.

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