NEWS

Liddicoat & Goldhill featured in the Times article 'Call in the Experts' 

We were thrilled to be featured in the Times article titled call in the experts by Ruth Bloomfield. Ruth says:

'Whether building from scratch or refurbishing ancient buildings, this practice has the magic touch when it comes to barns. Forget over-cluttered, slightly suburban conversions of the past, or the aircraft-hangar look that some of these large structures can resemble, these buildings are modern and creative with bespoke detailing and dramatic architectural features, yet they fit seamlessly into greenfield settings.'

The Tailored House receives commendation at the NLA Awards

We are delighted to have received a commendation at the prestigious 'New London Architecture' Awards. The awards announced last week celebrate the best new designs in London.


Orpheus House in West London submitted for planning

Our proposal for two unique new build houses in Hammersmith West London has been submitted for planning. The front house finishes the end of the terrace while the backland site is host to Orpheus House.


Working presentation models of our Loft Pavillion project in Essex

We are excited with the development models of our proposals for the renovation and extension of a house in Essex. We hope to shortly be submitting for planning. 


David on his way to MIPIM on his bike!

David is currently taking part in The Legal & General Cycle to MIPIM charity challenge. It is an epic 1,452km cycling endurance event for the property industry. He has managed to raise over £3,000 for Coram, the UK’s first ever children’s charity that has been supporting vulnerable children for over 275 years. 

 

The Tailored House shortlisted for RIBA London Award

We are delighted that The Tailored House our new build brick house in Kensington has been shortlisted for an RIBA London regional award. Further information on all shortlisted projects can be seen here. Judging takes place next month with the winners announced in May. 

North London house is complete 

Our recently completed North London House is now up on the website. It consisted of an internal reconfiguration and renovation of a double front villa in Tufnell Park. A beautiful teak reclaimed parquet was laid throughout with a handmade orange spiral staircase, bespoke kitchen and emery cie tiles. Images can be viewed here. Photographs by Jefferson Smith 

Liddicoat & Goldhill feature in New Architects 3: Britain's best emerging practices

New Architects 3 is the definitive survey of the best British architects to have set up practice in the ten years since 2005. The third book in the Architecture Foundation's highly influential series, it features close to 100 practices, selected by a jury of leading critics and curators. As a portrait of the emerging talent in one of the world's most consistently influential architectural cultures, New Architects 3 casts light on the future of architecture in the UK and beyond. The book features more than 450 illustrations of the selected practices' work and is introduced by the Pritzker architecture Prize laureate, Norman Foster.

The book will be out in March but you can pre order your copy here 

 

 

LIDDICOAT & GOLDHILL HOST TWO FABULOUS GUARDIAN SUPPER CLUB EVENINGS

We teamed up with the Italian Supper Club and Guardian Local to take Members on a culinary journey exploring synergies between food, wine and architecture.

Taking place at our Dalston studio, the event drew inspiration from our work, in particular the recently completed award-winning Ancient Party Barn project. With a menu exploring the extremes of Italian culinary techniques and wine-making, the dinner looked at methods, materials and aromas: smoke, leather, wood, wild flowers and others.

THE TAILORED HOUSE IS FEATURED IN THE SUNDAY TIMES

We are delighted that the Tailored House has been featured in The Sunday Times. The article by Hugh Graham looks at the rise of the bespoke brick. The Tailored House was cited as an excellent example of iconic architecture using a unique yet cost effective brick.