Battersea Arts Centre at the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition 14.06.18

We have two pieces from Battersea Arts Centre in this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, including a plywood 1:5 lattice ceiling panel mock up from the Grand Hall project. The Architecture Room has been selected by architect and Royal Academician Piers Gough who encouraged architects to enter three-dimensional works of all sizes and scales into the annual open call. The exhibition is open now and runs until 19th August.

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Fish Island Village has won in two categories at the Evening Standard New Homes Awards - Best Large Development and the prestigious Grand Prix.The awards recognise 'the finest developments in London and beyond'.

After a successful hiatus for fundraising, the Holy Trinity Church - Lighthouse project in north west London has resumed and will shortly go out to tender. In addition to a worship space and community facilities, the scheme also includes theological residential accommodation and a managed hostel for vulnerable members of society.

Battersea Arts Centre has won the Wandsworth Design Awards Mayor's Prize for its "exemplary and scholarly restoration". BAC was also awarded a Restoration and Conversion award by the panel of judges.

Haworth Tompkins have won an invited competition to design a performing arts centre in Bergen. Along with our partners, Norwegian practice HLM, we will be refurbishing 'Sentralbadet', the modernist 1960 building by architect Halfdan Grieg. The building, formerly housing Bergen's city swimming pool, will be transformed into a venue for Carte Blanche, Norway’s national company for contemporary dance, and the theatre group BIT Teatergarasjen.

Haworth Tompkins have won an invited competition for a residential scheme at Finchley Memorial Hospital in north London. We are working with Community Health Partnerships, part of the NHS, on creating 130 affordable homes for NHS staff. Outline planning for the landscape led proposal was submitted in September, with final completion anticipated in 2023.

Kingston School of Art was part of London Open House Festival, showcasing buildings around the capital that aren't always open to the public. As the visits can't currently take place in person, Open City produced a film tour of our recent refurbishment at the Mill Street Building, which can be viewed here. The tour gives insight into the process of this retrofit, and the KSA ethos of Thinking Through Making.

Diana Dina, Head of Sustainability and Regenerative Design at Haworth Tompkins, is taking part in the RIBA Smart Practice Conference starting on 30 September. Diana will be leading the session 'Understanding your Impact and Identifying Quick Wins' as part of the Transforming your Practice session. To book tickets for the event, with two days of sessions on Confronting the Climate Emergency, please click here.

Haworth Tompkins have won Practice of the Year in the AJ100 Awards for 2020. We were also named New Member of the Year for our "business success and the quality of [our] work."