Chris Fellner on Hounslow Design Review Panel 08.05.19

Haworth Tompkins’ director Chris Feller has joined the Hounslow Design Review Panel (HDRP). The independent panel supports the Council in delivering design excellence, and offers the expertise of leading built environment professionals through a robust review process, and is a key part of the Council’s wider aspiration of raising the bar in design quality. Chris is also a member of the Harrow Design Review Panel.

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Haworth Tompkins has completed a comprehensive upgrade of Kingston University’s Knights Park campus, on the outskirts of London. The project involved developing a masterplan to guide the spatial reorganisation of the campus to suit the needs of the Kingston School of Art, and a development vision for upgrading and expanding facilities whilst improving environmental performance.

Haworth Tompkins are working with Tall Stories and Islington’s Central Library to build a permanent home for the children’s theatre company within the Grade II listed building. The project includes a new rehearsal and performance studio with retractable seating, and reinstating the public foyer to provide access to the library at ground floor level. The work, which has just received planning permission, will complete later this year.

Kingston School of Art has been nominated for the BREEAM Public Sector Project Design Stage Award, following its BREEAM Outstanding design stage certification. The project involves the major refurbishment and extension of the 1970s art school to provide 8500sqm of studio and workshop space for Kingston University.

Haworth Tompkins are working with Network Homes to provide 158 new homes within the Old Oak and Park Royal development in north-west London. The residential units will be 100% affordable, and arranged round a communal central courtyard. Flexible mixed-use space will be housed within the Old Refectory, a 1908 remnant of the original workhouse. Planning will be submitted early in the New Year.

Haworth Tompkins' CyclOdeon is part of Gingerbread City, the Museum of Architecture exhibition at Somerset House looking at the future of transport. Our cinema aims to revive the drive-in by introducing sustainable transport methods. The CyclOdeon is designed to be accessible by bicycle, with the inclusion of a large ramp that leads to an open-air rooftop cinema.

Haworth Tompkins has won a Wood Award for their work on the Grand Hall ceiling at Battersea Arts Centre. The judges commented that ‘the design philosophy, imagination, originality and the meticulous modelling, prototyping and execution made this stand out as a project of high quality’.

‘Rethinking the way we design and work’ was the theme of a day held by Haworth Tompkins, focusing on the Architects Declare emergency goals and commitments. We acknowledge that addressing the AD goals will require an important change in our design process, and in our studio, and this was an excellent opportunity to get everyone in the office involved in the discussion. Read more about the day here

Associate Hugo Braddick will be presenting our Albert Island project as part of a New London Architecture event on Innovation in the Royal Docks, coming up later this month. The evening, which takes the form of a Pechakucha, is free to attend and tickets can be reserved here