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

Oct 2017Berlin Housing

DKA has been shortlisted by developer Euroboden to design a 7000m2 apartment building in central Berlin. The site is in the Tiergarten district of Mitte close to the Nationalgalerie and Philharmonie. The shortlisted practices include Valerio Olgiati, Aires Mateus, Geers Van Severen,  Kéré Architecture and Monadnock.

Sep 2017Greenwich Design District

DKA is one of eight practices commissioned by developer Knight Dragon to design a pair of creative studio buildings as part of the Greenwich Design District. The development will provide rent-capped studio space on the Peninsula. For more information visit the project website.

Sep 2017Turner Prize 2017

DKA collaborated with the nominated artists and curators on the design of the Turner Prize 2017 exhibition which opened at Ferens Art Gallery in Hull on 26th September. The shortlisted artists are: Hurvin Anderson, Andrea Büttner, Lubaina Himid and Rosalind Nashashibi.
The exhibition runs until January 2018 with the prize being announced on 5th December. For more information visit Hull2017 website. (Photograph of Andrea Büttner's installation by David Levene for Hull2017)

Sep 2017DKA featured in Arch+

DKA is featured in German architecture magazine ARCH+. Issue 229 is a cooperation with the Architekturzentrum Wien to celebrate Dietmar Steiner’s retirement and the fiftieth anniversary of ARCH+. The issue explores how architecture can be a social practice using contemporary examples from the field. The edition is available online in English.

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