Winner. The Virserum Art Museum in Sweden hosts Europe’s largest recurring wood exhibition and has selected One Angel Lane by Fletcher Priest as one of 4 winners for its ‘sensitive central London development’, which adds a significant public space along the Thames. Now headquarters for Nomura, it reuses part of existing structure and introduces rooftop urban agriculture in the centre of the city with a kitchen garden and beehives, making a distinct environmental statement.
Our masterplan for East Village (formerly the 2012 Athletes Village) has been shortlisted for the RIBA London regional awards, the first step towards the national awards and the 2013 Stirling Prize. The project was a collaborative effort between ourselves and multiple architectural, landscape and design practices and follows more than a decade of development, planning and construction since the original Stratford City masterplan, within which it is located.
The Bevis Marks building is located in the City of London and neighbours the iconic 30 St Mary Axe, commonly known as The Gherkin. Sir Edward Lister, Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning was in attendence for the ceremony.
Joshua David and Robert Hammond announce Fletcher Priest’s ‘Pop Down’ as winner of international High Line for London Competition.
Planning consent has been received for a significant new London development for Land Securities designed by Fletcher Priest and Sauerbruch Hutton
The City has granted planning consent for 470,000 sq ft new office buildings for TIAA-CREF
bdonline - Big names and young guns chosen for London design panel
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