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Yale School of Architecture

Niall gave a lecture at The School of Architecture at Yale University on the 22nd of January. It is part of his role as Sir Norman Foster Visiting Chair for 2015. The talk was titled Origins and Translations and it described the thinking behind projects including Bishop Edward King Chapel, Auckland Castle Museum and the Athlete’s Housing for the 2012 Olympics in London. The talk coincided with the publication of an extended interview with Nina Rappenport in the spring issue of the Yale architecture magazine Constructs.



Tim Hunt from Argent gives an update on the progress being made on site at the Tapestry (T1) Building at Kings Cross. The building is roughly half way through the construction programme and will soon start to be clad in beautifully ornate terracotta coloured concrete panels. The video shows the impressive views across the city as well as the relationship of the building to nearby landmarks including Regent’s Canal and Gas Holder Number 9. Tim also gives an update on the wider area which is an exciting and rapidly regenerating part of London.

Tapestry is Niall McLaughlin Architects’ largest project to date, the team completed their role as Concept Architect for the project and now have continued involvement as a part of the Client Monitoring Team.