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JUNE 2013

Design blog Dezeen has featured an article on the Bishop Edward King Chapel. It highlights the project as one of those to recently win an RIBA Award and includes a link to the practice’s House at Goleen project, previously reviewed on the on-line design magazine in October 2012. The article for the Chapel includes a full project description, together with a large selection of images and drawings.

Link to Dezeen Article


MAY 2013

Argent Kings Cross Film

A short film has been made about the practice and the design of the Tapestry Building, a large-scale mixed-use development on the edge of the Regent’s Canal in King’s Cross. The scheme forms one element in the wider regeneration of the 67-acre site adjacent to King’s Cross station and the Regent’s Canal.

In the film Niall McLaughlin describes the design influences behind the woven tapestry-like facade and places the building within a tradition of masonry buildings looking to imitate “the intensity and the enmeshed, thicket-like quality of tapestries” that goes back to the origins of architecture, where hanging tapestries were used to enclose space.

Link to Kings Cross film