CONRAN AND PARTNERS’ REGENERATION OF 1960′S BRUTALIST SCHOOL IS SHORTLISTED FOR TOP UK HOUSING DESIGN AWARD

The Housing Design Awards have revealed this year’s shortlist, with Baylis Old School in the running for a ‘Completed Scheme’ award. The winners will be announced at the official London award ceremony on Tuesday 15th July. Conran and Partners’ design…

DEL BOY, CENTRE POINT AND LONDON’S HOUSING CRISIS

Proud Londoner and BBC broadcaster, Robert Elms, has an infectious appetite for every aspect of our wonderful city. Three hours a day he delves into the stories and characters, memories and aspirations which make London such a great and unique…

Exhibition ‘New Ideas for Housing’ launches!

From floating homes to building on top of buildings, ‘mini-cities’ to moveable, stackable homes; these are just some of the ideas brought together by New London Architecture’s latest Insight Study. ‘New Ideas for Housing’ explores what needs to happen in…

DESIGN WEEK: BLAKE TOWER DESIGN REVIEW

Following on from last week’s feature in The Telegraph Luxury, Design Week have published an article on our interiors for the Barbican’s Blake Tower. Here is what editor Sarah Dawood had to say: To read the article on the Design…

THE TELEGRAPH LUXURY: BLAKE TOWER DESIGN REVIEW

Last week Caroline Roux, The Telegraph Luxury’s expert editor of Property and Architecture, went on a hard hat tour of the Barbican’s brutalist Blake Tower. The former YMCA building was originally designed as part of Chamberlin, Powell and Bon’s utopian…

Conran and Partners’ Housing Scheme shortlisted for top UK Design Award

The Housing Design Awards 2015 have revealed this year’s finalists, with Green Man Lane in the running for a ‘Completed Scheme’ award. The winners will be announced at the official award ceremony on Monday 13th July in London.    Conran…

GREEN MAN LANE FINALIST IN BUILDING AWARDS 2015

The Building Awards 2015 have just revealed this year’s finalists, with Green Man Lane voted one of seven housing projects in the running for ‘Housing Project of The Year’. The winners will be announced at the official award ceremony on…

Providing natural inspiration for Hong Kong’s new creative landmark – PMQ

Standing desolate for fifteen years, the former Police Married Quarters building has been transformed into a unique hub for nurturing local designers and exciting new talent. Conran and Partners were asked to design three artist-in-residence rooms and a private communal…

Butlers Wharf, words by Paul Zara

EDGEcondition Volume 05, January 2015 ‘Placemaking’ - In this issue, Paul Zara, director and architect at Conran and Partners, explores the transformation of Butlers Wharf and how it still remains an exemplar of urban regeneration.   You can read the article…

Centre Point: In Full Swing

Centre Point, one of Britain’s best-loved buildings, officially begins a new lease of life as work commences on site. The 1960s grade II listed office tower will be converted into 82 apartments, designed to celebrate and enhance the building’s iconic…

Greenwich Peninsula “London’s Ultimate Village”

The Greenwich Peninsula Masterplan is one of Europe’s largest regeneration schemes. ES Magazine recently described it as London’s Ultimate Village for arty, foody, design-savvy Londoners. Once upon a time, Greenwich was a neglected marshland and shipyard. Today, exciting British designed…