The White Building View project
Greenwich Design District View project
Carrer Avinyó View project
New College, Oxford View project
Stable Acre View project
Hasselt Beguinage View Project
Thomas Dane Gallery View project
Lützowufer View project
Skyroom View project
V&A Photography Centre View project
A Room for London View project
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Nov 2018RIBA Rising Star

DKA Senior Architect, Hannah Constantine, has been named one of the RIBA Journal's 2018 'Rising Stars'. Hannah is currently project architect for the new quad at New College, Oxford. New College Domestic Bursar, Gez Wells, commented that Hannah is 'determined enough to stand her ground on a construction site, and delicate enough to traverse the tightrope of client and professional team needs'. Read more on the RIBA Journal's website.

Oct 2018V&A Photography Centre

The new Photography Centre at the Victoria & Albert Museum, designed by DKA, opens this Friday 12th October. The project more than doubles the space given to the photography collection and is the practice’s largest museum project to date. completed project has been featured in the Observer, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Evening Standard, Frieze and Wallpaper*. For more information, visit the project webpage.

Sep 2018Hasselt Competition Win

DKA, in collaboration with Bovenbouw Architectuur, has won an international design competition to remodel an 18th-century beguinage in Hasselt, Belgium. The project will create a new public space and home for the University of Hasselt’s architecture faculty. David will be presenting the scheme at an Open Day on Sunday 9th September, when the site will be open to the public and plans and a model of the new scheme on display.

Read more about the project here.

Aug 2018Prototypes & Experiments exhibition

DKA is part of the Aram Gallery's latest exhibition, 'Architecture Prototypes & Experiments', which is showing at the Covent Garden gallery from 2nd August until 1st September 2018.

The exhibition looks at the architectural process, displaying works by a selection of practices to demonstrate how physical models are used to develop designs.

A working model of our New College Oxford scheme is being shown. This 1:50 model allowed us to see parallels between the making of the model and the making of the building.

Visit the Aram Gallery website for more information.

Jul 2018Post Modern Legacies

In the first of a series of talks at the Soane Museum, Charles Holland will interview David on the topic of ‘Postmodern Legacies’. The interview will investigate the legacy of postmodernism in British Architecture, how it continues to divide architects’ opinions and its influence on our cities as well as our relationship with the architectural past. The event marks the current Soane Museum exhibition: ‘The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture’.

The interview will take place on the 7th July, 3pm-4pm. Click to book tickets.

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