Spatial Affairs Volume 2: Memphis Special

September 1st, 2012

We're pleased to be able to add our Sears Micro-city study to our website. Coupled with some updates to our Crosstown masterplan, this completes the triptych of projects in the Crosstown community. Click here to go to the Sears Micro-city page.

Bouverie Mews Featured in Building Design

June 22nd, 2012

Building Design has featured Bouverie Mews in their 'First Look' Section. To read the article click here To see our project page, click here

Peter Culley Becomes Certified Passive House Consultant

June 10th, 2012

Peter has successfully completed training to become a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC). Passive House is the US' most stringent energy accreditation with its focus on extremely high performance low energy design. Key elements include super insulation of envelope, air tightness, optimum orientation and thermal bridge free...

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Bouverie Mews Gains Planning Permission

May 24th, 2012

Bouverie Mews, a home and workplace for Rana Begum and Nathaniel Rackowe, has been granted Full Planning Permission by London Borough of Hackney. For more details on the project click on this link to our Bouverie Mews project page

Spatial Affairs in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

May 18th, 2012

Our model for the William Eggleston Museum Study in Memphis, TN has been hung in the architecture room at the Royal Academy. For details of the exhibition please follow this link Meanwhile, Rana Begum, our client for Bouverie Mews won the Sculpture Prize and her work can be seen in pole position in the same room.

Metropolitan Museum of Art announces the plans for the new 5th Avenue Plaza

February 7th, 2012

Working under Olin, the primary landscape lead, Spatial Affairs Bureau in conjunction with Rick Mather USA are developing designs for site furnishings and kiosks including fixed benches and custom parasols. Click here for the Met's press release

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