Skyroom View project
New College, Oxford View project
Lützowufer, Berlin Housing View project
Hasselt Beguinage, Belgium View Project
The White Building View project
Thomas Dane Gallery View project
A Room for London View project
Stable Acre View project
Greenwich Design District View project
V&A Photography Centre View project
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Apr 2019We are recruiting

DKA is recruiting for a senior architect, a practice manager and a new business manager to join our team. Please visit our online recruitment platform for further details.

Mar 2019Alternative Histories

DKA has contributed a model to the exhibition, Alternative Histories, curated by Jantje Engels and Marius Grootveld. We were invited to imagine a collaboration with John Hejduk based on one of his Wall House drawings. The exhibition is at 6 Cork Street from 23rd March to 14th April at weekends only. David Kohn will be taking part in a chaired discussion at 2pm on 23rd March. For more information visit the Architecture Foundation website.

Feb 2019Salvator Mundi Experience

DKA in collaboration with artist Simon Fujiwara have created the Salvator Mundi Experience as part of the exhibition "Is This Tomorrow?" at the Whitechapel Gallery. The exhibition runs from 14th February to the 12th May 2019. For more details, visit the Whitechapel’s website.

Jan 2019Bodies of Thought

David’s public lecture at the Barbican for the Architecture Foundation on 4th February is sold out, however tickets are still available for the lecture at the Royal Academy on 25th March. Part of the RA’s ‘Bodies of Thought’ series, David will be talking about sculpture and architecture with reference to recent and ongoing projects.

Dec 2018Upcoming Lectures

David will be giving a series of lectures in the New Year: 17th January at the Milan Order of Architects as part of 'La Felicità della Forma' (The Happiness of Form); 4th February at the Barbican as part of the Architecture Foundation's 'Architecture on Stage' series and 25th March at the Royal Academy as part of the series 'Bodies of Thought'. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Ordine ArchitettiBarbican and RA websites.

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