The White Building View project
Skyroom View project
British Pavilion at Milan Expo
A Room for London View project
Stable Acre View project
Greenwich Design District View project
V&A Photography Centre View project
V&A Members' Room View project
Olympic Cultural Quarter
Pier Walk Pavilion View project
Carrer Avinyó View project
New College, Oxford View project
Thomas Dane Gallery View project
The Poppy Factory
The White Building View project
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Mar 2018Beguinage Rebirth

DKA, in collaboration with Antwerp-based Bovenbouw Architecten, is shortlisted in a Vlaams Bouwmeester Open Call competition to revitalise the 18th-century beguinage at the centre of Hasselt. Formerly the home of renowned art and architecture centre, Z33, the site will house a mix of cultural and educational uses around a newly constituted public space. For more information visit the Bouwmeester website.

Feb 2018Devon Completion

A courtyard house in Devon designed by DKA for furniture designers Pinch, is nearing completion. The house incorporates a cob barn that was formerly the first organic ice cream factory in the UK. Partly buried in a hillside, the new build elements are clad in local red stone. 

Jan 2018Berlin Housing Finalist

DKA is joint-finalist in an invited competition to design a 7000m2 apartment building in the Mitte district of Berlin. The jury cited 'the housing mix, efficiency and quality of the floor plans, but particularly the urban planning' for DKA's selection. DKA and Girona-based practice, Arquitecturia have been invited to carry out further work before a winner is selected in mid-March. Visit the Architects' Journal and  Baunetz for further information.

Dec 2017DKA selected by Architectural Record

DKA has been selected by American journal, Architectural Record, as part of Design Vanguard 2017. The annual survey identifies international emerging practices “that are demonstrating inventive approaches to shaping the built environment.” Started in 2000, the survey has previously recognised architects Andres Jaque, Go Hasegawa, Barozzi Veiga and Anne Holtrop. Other practices recognised this year include Mexico City-based Ambrosi Etchegaray and Paris-based Bruther. Read the article on the Architectural Record website.

View of College Lane, Oxford by Helmut Gernsheim for Nikolaus Pevsner

Nov 2017Wuppertal Symposium

David will be taking part in the symposium 'Landscape(s) – Perspectives in Architecture' at the University of Wuppertal on 17th November. Organised by Professor Christoph Grafe, the symposium brings together architects 'who have an understanding of territory – its topography, construction, history, use, and atmosphere'. Other participants include Saskia de Wit, Chair of Landscape Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Delft and landscape architects Jan Maasa and Andreas Kipar. For more information visit the University of Wuppertal website

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