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At the Worshipful Company of Architects Installation Lunch this Thursday Phil Breese, WW+P Managing Partner, presented the first Weston Williamson + Partners Future of Transport Student Prize to Julia Arska and Remi Phillips-Hood Part II Graduates at Manchester School of Architects.
The theme of ‘Future Cities’ prompted some truly inspirational presentations from the panel of next-gen thought leaders from across the built-environment at the second of our Generator events on November 7.
A hand-drawn digital sketch of Deptford Church Street is our contribution to this year’s Article 25 fundraiser, which takes place at the Royal Institute of British Architects, Portland Place on November 18. The artwork has been created especially for the event by our associate Pablo Sanz Claramunt.
Our Head of Masterplanning Simon Catton led a walking tour around Bristol's Temple Quarter and Templemeads station environs for a group of investors and developers, part of a wider event exploring the city’s ambitions and opportunities organised by Bristol City Council, on Monday September 16.
Chris Williamson’s personal commentary on the UK’s exit from the European Union in sculptural form, is on show at the Salon des Refusés Exhibition, at the Joseph Wales Studios in Margate from July 25 to August 8.
Rob Naybour will be sharing his experience of working on high profile rail projects both in the UK and abroad at the High Speed Rail Workshop in Budapest on Thursday February 21, organised by the UK Department of International Trade.
Rob Naybour and Christian Bocci will be attending the CCPPP National Conference on Public-Private Partnerships in Toronto on November 5-6. Recognised as the premier forum on PPP, it brings together 1,200 senior government and business leaders from across Canada and around the world.
On Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10, we hosted an exhibition of models, images and materials of London stations, including the new stations at Paddington and Woolwich as well as the East London line stations at Dalston and Hoxton. We will display plans for new stations at Barking Riverside and masterplans for Barking Town Centre.