Planning permission has been granted for our new housing development on Hackney Road, incorporating nine flats across two buildings, framing a Grade 2 listed former church and facing Haggerston Park.
We held our first community planning and design workshop for the Holloway Prison site on Saturday. Thanks to everyone who contributed.
Photos by Francis Ware
The Mandrake has won the award for best European hotel under 50 rooms, at the International Hotel & Property Awards 2108.
Photo by Morgan O'Donovan
At last week's Mixology18 Awards, The Mandrake Hotel won the prize for Hospitality Interiors Project of the Year.
Opening tonight: By Our Own Hand, the first exhibition at Matt's Gallery Nine Elms. A chance to see the shell space and Manalo & White’s concept design for the new gallery.
Matt's Gallery Nine Elms
The Residence, 42-44 Ponton Road, London SW8 5BA
Exhibition 2–3 June 2018, 12–5pm
We are pleased to announce that we are working with The Community Plan for Holloway to develop a community-led strategic vision for the Holloway Prison site in Islington, to represent the interests of local people and have a positive influence on how the development takes shape.
Photograph © Francis Ware 2017
We’re delighted to be working with the British Veterinary Association on the redevelopment of their headquarters in central London. The Grade 2* listed Robert and James Adam building will be transformed, to create a modern and welcoming place for BVA staff, members and visitors.
Planning permission has been granted for our scheme to incorporate a 39-room boutique hotel into Camden Methodist Chapel. A new structure will be inserted into the historic brick envelope, retaining a church and community space on the lower levels.
In celebration of MK50, Milton Keynes Arts Centre invited 50 designers and artists, including Manalo & White, to create plates for their annual fundraiser. The online auction ends 31st March. Funds raised will help deliver the centre's outreach programme, targeting those with little or no access to the arts.
Planning permission has been granted for the conversion of the former Beecroft Art Gallery in Westcliff-on-Sea into 20 studios and a project space for artists. The adaptations will create sustainable, affordable facilities which will contribute to the regeneration of Southend as a sustainable cultural and intellectual hub and will support existing local arts organisations.
Last week we held workshops with students from the University for the Creative Arts Canterbury, to create 24-hour interventions at the Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable, exploring its spaces and suggesting how it might be adapted. With artists Adam Chodzco and Rosa Ainley, in partnership with Whitstable Biennale.
Sligo County Council has granted planning permission for our new Surfing Centre on the Atlantic-facing shorefront of the village of Strandhill.
Exposed wooden joists with herringbone struts support large rooflights over this split level residential extension in the Barnsbury Conservation Area, London. The kitchen is now the social hub of the house, overlooked by a new office space and reconnected to the garden via a brick stepped plinth.
Completed this month: reclaimed oak beams and parquet flooring, pale pink leather-clad joinery, and bookmatched slabs of Sequoia marble are some of the finishes we used to transform this Victorian villa in Notting Hill. Structural alterations enabled the insertion of a bright Corian-lined office at the top of the stairs.
Answers on a postcard is a new work by writer Rosa Ainley that launches a period of thinking about cultural space in Whitstable. This afternoon, as part of this year's Biennale, Rosa and M&W's Stephen Beasley will talk about architecture and spaces, how architects and writers can work with users of buildings, and ways of getting people talking about how we use buildings.