Work on LGA’s Assembly Rooms project is “well underway”, reports the Ludlow Advertiser
Broad Sheep magazine reports on our work on Ludlow Assembly rooms
The BBC reports on Gingerbread City
LGA’s Gingerbread City farm buildings depicted on Aol news
The Guardian features Gingerbread City in top 20 Christmas days out
The AJ features our semi-submerged house in Crouch End.
Devon Life reports on our appointment by Torbay Council to advise on urban design proposals.
Simon Goode talks to English Riviera Magazine about development in the region following LGA’s appointment as Urban Design Consultant by Torbay Council.
The go-ahead for our new homes on Lee Green Estate gets a mention on BD Online.
The Architect's Journal discusses YADA.
The World Architecture Community discuss the creation of YADA.
Property and Development magazine published a feature about our masterplan for a sustainable urban extension to the city of Hebron.
CNBC speak to Simon Goode about our work in the West Bank as part of an article on affordable housing
Our work with the Office of the Quartet is featured in this article in the RIBA Journal
Our work with the Quartet/ UNDP in the West Bank is featured in this article in
Building Design magazine
An in-depth look into, Fish Islands transformation by the AJ
London Festival of Architecture panellists discuss Fish Island Village and HWFI as a model of "inclusive urban change"
Homes & Property note Fish Island Village as perfect option for buying a new-build as a first home in 2019
Our Lanterna block gets a mention on Archello.
AJ unveil the shortlist for the RIBA 2019 regional awards. Including Fish Islands, Lanterna
A guide to achieving striking monochrome effects in Concrete Quaterly features our hand-cast cladding at Fish Island Village
Fashion industry title Drapers features Fish Island Village as “Europe’s largest fashion campus”
The RIBA discuss Fish Island's Block A as part of an article on design reviews
Our Fish Island project gets a mention on the RIBAJ website
BD Online discuss our go-ahead on Fish Island
Lyndon Goode wins major Olympic legacy project in Hackney Wick, as told in this article in AJ
Our practice joins a team featuring Stirling Prize-winners Haworth Tompkins, featured in Building Design
The Stage includes the undercroft bar as one of its top 10 theatrical hangouts in London.
The undercroft bar and restaurant at the Royal Court Theatre is featured in this article in World Interior News magazine.
OnOffice writes about the refurbishment works to the Theatre, including the replanning of the front-of-house areas.
The project, which features a reading room to the rear of the space, is also featured in London's Time Out magazine.
From clever terraces to rooftop allotments, the Guardian newspaper discusses the future of affordable housing.
Peabody names Lyndon Goode as winning architects on small projects panel, as published in the Architect's Journal.
In Building Design online, David Rogers looks at Peabody's proposal to expand the small projects panel's work.
The Invisible Dot performance venue described as 'an industry powerhouse' by the Independent newspaper's Alice Jones.
The agency behind some of comedy's most daring acts now has its own venue, writes the Guardian newspaper.
The Guardian newspaper gets the number of the man behind a series of unusual phoneboxes popping up across Edinburgh.
In Building Design, Simon discusses the design of the western concourse, between King's Cross and St. Pancras.
Simon Goode explains the rationale behind the domed King’s Cross steel roof in this interview with TCI.
King’s Cross project profile featured online in Architecture Today, including the work to the Grade I listed building.
Simon talks to Building magazine about King’s Cross station’s £500m redevelopment, including the overlay development.
In this article for Railway Gazette, Simon Goode talks about the EU-backed Secure Station project.
Building Magazine discusses the SecureStation transport security and design handbook, involving firms from across the EU.
Simon talks to the Independent newspaper about the need to produce increasingly secure buildings and spaces.
Jay Merrick writes about soft politics in the Independent, including the design of the British Embassy, Algiers.
Led by Simon Goode up to the project's completion, the project included an innovative twisted timber solar screen.
In Architecture Today, Neil Gillespie writes about the building's form and site in the centre of the city.
Lyndon Goode's pop-up project on Lundy Island, off the coast of Devon, featured in this article in the Independent newspaper.
The practice's work included a restaurant area and entertainment space, as shown in this gallery published by the BBC.
To be able to use the remote venue required an unusual registration process, as described here in the Daily Mirror.
Architect David Lyndon featured in Arch Daily article looking at the design of the Royal College of Art Sackler Building.
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