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Feb 03 2017

Hackney New Primary School receives planning permission

Our Primary School in Hackney, first published in the Architects' Journal, is already gaining interest outside the UK.  The 8500 sq m mixed-use scheme combines the "court-yard" school with an apartment building. Read more: AJ online  ArchDaily  BauNetz


Dec 07 2016

Hackney New School attracting interest on the Continent

Italy's leading architecture and design magazine Domus features our free school project in Hackney as have Berlin-based publications Baunetz and CompetitiononLine.  The notion of an affordable yet typologically strong solution to education buildings is thus resonating internationally.
Read the articles here: DomusBaunetzCompetitiononLine  


Nov 28 2016

Copper Lane wins Hackney Design Award

London's first co-housing scheme for six homes with shared community facilities and communal landscaping, one of seven winners at this year's Hackney Design Awards. See full list of Awards here


Nov 25 2016

Hackney New School on cover of AJ Spec

The Architects' Journal has published our Hackney New School project in their current Brick and Stones AJ Specification issue. We are delighted to have made it on the cover with a charming photograph by Nick Kane.  The project, as Simon Henley writes, is about, "Memory, pedagogy, typology and collage" with "Simple, robust forms, primarily of masonry". Read the article here


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Recent News

Oct 21 2016

Sheffield Design Week

We are excited to be part of the Sheffield Design Week. The exhibition of innovative housing design was launched today at Sheffield Train Station as part of the Sheffield Design Week programme. Copper Lane is one of ten award-winning architectural projects showcased in the exhibition, selected and curated by Trustees of the Sheffield Civic Trust Further information here  

Oct 19 2016

21st Century Prison in the Architects' Journal

Henley Halebrown’s research project to devise a prison environment and regime that would reduce recidivism and improve the prospect of resettlement through prisoner education and engagement is featured in the AJ’s article, ‘Government told to make prisons more like the rest of society’s spaces’. Read the article here