We have been appointed to three Lots on Transport for London’s design and engineering framework. TfL selected us for Non-transport Architecture, Commercial Architecture, and Urban Design. The framework will also be used for procurement by the Greater London Authority, all 32 London borough councils and the City of London. It runs until January 2024.
We are delighted to announce that Fish Island Village has scooped top prize in the 2020 Evening Standard New Homes Awards. Our work for Peabody and Hill was chosen from 15 category winners to win the Grand Prix. We are especially proud as this is our second consecutive Evening Standard Grand Prix – in 2019 we won the prize for our work with London Square and Peabody at Caledonian Road.
Lyndon Goode Architects (LGA) have submitted detailed plans for 31 homes and employment space in Hackney Wick, after winning the project through an invited competition.
The scheme at 119 Wallis Road is part of the Hackney Wick Fish Island Retrospective Masterplan, winner of the 2019 Planning Award for Placemaking at High Densities.
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LGA has been shortlisted for the second phase of the Meridian Water project in Enfield, as part of an LDP2 consortium. The scheme includes 252 homes – 100% affordable – and 3,000 sqm of light industrial uses, to be delivered in a way that meets the aspiration for zero carbon by 2030.
Network Rail has appointed Lyndon Goode Architects to both architecture Lots on its Project Delivery Framework, covering projects and general works. We are one of only three practices to be appointed to both Lots, and look forward to working on rail, retail, housing and regeneration projects. Network Rail is currently accelerating the release of development sites to help support the Government’s new homes target.
21 spacious flats will replace a single dwelling as part of a development at Bath Road in the London Borough of Hounslow. Submitted for planning, the proposed building includes generous private and public amenity including a rooftop communal garden and winter gardens. The design maximises views of the new Rectory Farm Park, which is directly opposite.
London and Quadrant Housing Trust (L&Q) has named the line-up for its new £50m architecture framework, including Lyndon Goode Architects, AHMM, Haworth Tompkins, Sheppard Robson and Allies and Morrison. Upcoming projects for London’s largest landlord will include masterplans, new builds, refurbishments and mixed-use developments.
Our work at Fish Island Village helped secure the winning trophy for Placemaking at High Densities, for the Hackney Wick and Fish Island Retrospective Masterplan Team. The Team includes LGA, Stirling Prize winner Haworth Tompkins, CMA Planning and other leading architects. The project, described as “a return to principled city building”, has sought to understand and express the qualities that contribute to Hackney Wick and Fish Island’s character.
The Evening Standard has awarded LGA’s Glasshouse its Grand Prix, the highest honour in the publication’s New Homes Awards. The Standard describes the central block in LGA’s Caledonian Road scheme as a “landmark nine-storey block with crisp white exterior and covered balconies”. The Grand Prix is awarded to the overall winner, out of 20 winning projects. Judged by a panel of readers, the flats “showcase everything that buyers are looking for in a home”.
LGA’s Lanterna, the dramatic gateway building to Fish Island Village in east London, has been shortlisted in the 2019 Housing Design Awards. Entered in the Completed buildings category, Lanterna’s herringbone-patterned, hand-cast concrete elevations encompass 16 apartments and a ground-floor restaurant-café-bar that spills out onto a new public square. The award winners will be announced on 11th July at a ceremony led by the housing and planning minister Kit Malthouse.
The RIBA has shortlisted our Lanterna building – part of Peabody and Hill’s Fish Island Village – for its 2019 Awards, alongside schemes by Heatherwick Studio, Haworth Tompkins and Grimshaw.
Shortlisted projects were chosen from 200 entries, with ten fewer making the cut this year than in 2018. Regional winners will be announced on 20 May.
Our work at Fish Island Village has made the cut in three categories in this year’s awards, as part of an entry by the Hackney Wick ‘Retrospective’ Masterplan Team. The Team includes our Fish Island Village colleagues Haworth Tompkins and Pitman Tozer, as well as AHMM, BUJ, Hawkins Brown, CMA Planning, Adams and Sutherland and many more. The Masterplan is in the running for awards for Design Excellence, Heritage in Placemaking, and Placemaking at High Densities.
FCO Services, part of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, has appointed Lyndon Goode Architects to its professional services framework. We will be providing architecture, interior design, space planning and building conservation services for the FCO’s portfolio of overseas facilities, including embassy buildings and ambassadorial residences.
Fish Island Village has been shortlisted as the Best New Place to Live in the London Planning Awards. The winner will be crowned at a ceremony on 31 January 2019 at The National Gallery. The innovative live-work development previously won the award for Best Affordable Housing Development in the First Time Buyer Awards.
Our latest project, at the V&A, eschews bricks and mortar in favour of a more toothsome building material. LGA is one of around 50 architects building The Gingerbread City. Organised by the Museum of Architecture, this year’s theme is 'future city'.
Lyndon Goode Architects recently completed the transformation of YMCA North London’s fitness centre. Archive photography allowed us to return the 1929 art deco exterior to its original glory after decades of neglect and insensitive additions. A reconfigured interior informed by domestic design creates an unintimidating gym that welcomes everyone.
Torbay Council has appointed Lyndon Goode Architects as an urban design consultant. The role will see us provide creative advice on proposed new developments in south Devon. The council hopes LGA will help secure high-quality placemaking in Torbay and the English Riviera, a designated UNESCO Global Geopark.
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