David West has begun his challenge to cycle at least 1000 kms over the next 6 days. The 1500km ride is to raise money for the children’s charity, Coram. Continue reading “Chapeau David…” »
David West was invited by the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) to speak about innovation, design quality and sustainability in housing. How can we make the case for further investment in our living environment encouraging cohesive and sustainable communities? Watch the video here at RSA
Continue reading “Placing Sustainability at the heart of housing…” »
Studio Egret West’s £20 million housing project in Kent has reached practical completion.
Continue reading “Finishing The Fold…” »
The Library Building, Clapham has been short listed for the Design Museum’s Design of the Year awards.
Continue reading “Design of the Year Shortlist…” »
IT’S official – the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS) has been granted planning permission to relocate Balmoral Show to the site of the former Maze prison.
Continue reading “Green Light for Maze Move” »
Studio Egret West wish you festive cheer after a golden year.
2012 saw us completing four projects – the Library Building in Clapham, Park Hill in Sheffield, the Shoal and Meridian Square in Stratford and the Fold in Sidcup. In addition, East Croydon Bridge is well and truly “on site”.
Continue reading “Merry Christmas!…” »
Studio Egret West have designed a masterplan for the transformation of Khodynka Field (Khodynskoe Pole Airfield), Moscow’s oldest airport which closed in the 1990′s. Now a large and under utilised open space, OAO “Aviapark” (a subsidiary of the City of Moscow) have appointed Studio Egret West to prepare a mixed used framework for its future.
Continue reading “Orbit Park, Moscow” »
Studio Egret West have been appointed by OAO “Aviapark” (a subsidiary of the City of Moscow) to design a masterplan for the transformation of Khodynka Field (Khodynskoe Pole Airfield), Moscow’s oldest airport which closed in the 1990′s.
Continue reading “Orbiting Moscow…” »
Last night, the London Borough of Hillingdon resolved to grant planning consent for the comprehensive transformation of The Old Vinyl Factory on Blyth Road in Hayes. Over the next few months, when we have concluded formalities, we will be starting on our mission to bring 4,000 jobs, up to 650 homes and a whole new life to an area of London that badly needs it.
Continue reading “Play That Funky Music…” »
We are pleased to hear that visitors to the Clapham Library have increased by 250 per cent since its move to modern premises. The library had seen over 35,000 people using it during each of the first three months since the reopening, triple the number for the same period last year.
The building is part of the £80 million Clapham One regeneration scheme working to improve leisure facilities in the area. Continue reading the full story.