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World Architecture Festival award for Westminster Bridge Road

21/11/2017

World Architecture Festival award for Westminster Bridge Road

AHMM's Westminster Bridge Road for urbanest has been named Overall Winner in the Mixed Use category at this year’s World Architecture Festival Awards in Berlin. The WAF Awards form the centrepiece of the World Architecture Festival, which this year marked its tenth anniversary, and shortlisted projects are judged via live crits by a panel of international judges. Clad in curved, stacked bands of black and white continuous aluminium and glazing, Westminster Bridge Road is a multi-use ‘city sandwich’ close to the Palace of Westminster in the heart of London, and includes a sixth-form college for 850 students, student housing with 1050 rooms and supporting facilities, 50 apartments, incubator space for start-up businesses, a health club and community sports facilities for local schools. Find out more about this year’s winners and the Festival here.

 



 

08/11/2017

Awards wins in London and Oxford

New Scotland Yard was last night (8 November) named Project of the Year at the Building Awards, which are organised by Building Magazine to recognise projects and initiatives across the construction industry. AHMM was also highly commended for Architecture Practice of the Year. Meanwhile, Barns Road – also shortlisted for a Building Award – won an award from the Oxford Preservation Trust in a ceremony held at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. See the full list of OPT Award winners here.
 



 

Civic Trust Awards regional finalists announced

03/11/2017

Civic Trust Awards regional finalists announced

Three AHMM projects have been announced as regional finalists in the 2018 Civic Trust Awards: New Scotland Yard and One King William Street in London, and Barns Road in Oxford. Established in 1959, the Civic Trust Awards recognise outstanding architecture, planning and design projects that have made a positive contribution to the local communities they serve. Barns Road has also been nominated for the Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Universal Design, which aims to reward and promote exemplars specific to universal design. Award winners will be announced in December – find out more about the finalists here.

 



 

Next steps for Oklahoma City Ballet

02/11/2017

Next steps for Oklahoma City Ballet

The Oklahoma City Ballet has been awarded funding to continue the transformation of the former AEP Fitness Center into a new base for the company and school. Originally completed in 2015, the award-winning building became the new home of the OKC Ballet in May of this year, and will be known as the Susan E Brackett Dance Center. The new funding from the  Oklahoma-based Kirkpatrick Foundation will ensure the redevelopment of two new studios below ground and see the transformation of the former basketball court and current ground floor studio into a new performance hall. Find out more about OKC Ballet’s plans for the development here.