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6 NEWS EVENTS


SEMINARS CDM 2015: Is your project in line with the current regulations? 19 September, London www.architecture.com/whats-on


RIBA Croydon CPD Roadshow 21 September, Croydon www.architecture.com/whats-on


FESTIVALS


Open House London 16-17 September, London www.openhouselondon.org.uk


TRADE SHOWS Decorex


17-20 September, London www.decorex.com


100% Design 20-23 September, London www.100percentdesign.co.uk


Restaurant Design Show 26-27 September, London www.restaurantdesignshow.co.uk/


Healthcare Estates 10-11 October, Manchester www.healthcare-estates.com


UK Construction Week 10-12 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com/


Surface Materials Show 10-12 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com/


Smart Buildings Show 10-12 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com/


Timber Expo 10-12 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com/


Sleep


21-22 November, London www.thesleepevent.com


WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK REGENERATION


Khan picks architects to create a new Walthamstow neighbourhood


C.F. Møller Architects has been chosen as the practice to transform a former industrial estate in London into a new mixed-use neighbourhood.


The architecture firm was awarded a preferred bidder status by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and will work alongside a consortium led by property developer Catalyst Housing Group and housing association Swan to regenerate the Webbs Industrial Estate in Walthamstow. The site, which was purchased by the GLA in 2016, will provide 330 affordable shared ownership homes, over 3,000 m² of affordable workspace and artist studios, a park and retail space. Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “I’m working hard to identify more brownfield sites across London that we can use to build the thousands of genuinely affordable homes London desperately needs. This site in Walthamstow shows the benefit of City Hall taking a greater role unlocking and bringing forward land for development – working closely with housing associations like Catalyst to deliver a scheme that is 100 per cent affordable for Londoners strug- gling to buy a home.” Rolf Nielsen, associate partner, C.F.


Møller, added: “We are delighted to be involved in this important project that seeks to provide exceptional quality of design for this ground-breaking development of exclu- sively affordable homes. Our approach to this project is to develop an architectural and placemaking response with the focus


on designing the best possible new homes, along with a creative hub of artists’ studios, small parks and retail spaces. This is complimented by Catalyst’s and Swan’s ambitious ideas for regenerating the Webbs Industrial Estate site.”


The proposals lodged by C.F. Møller, Catalyst and Swan beat off competition from 12 other bidders – a record number according the GLA. Work to clear the site is starting later this year.


Black: Architecture in Monochrome BOOK


An exploration of 1000 years of architecture in black is published in a book by Phaidon in October. With an introduction by Stella Paul and a showcase of over 150 structures from across the globe, ‘Black: Architecture in Monochrome’ traces the historical influences of black in various materials and architectural styles. Described as a “visual ode to the


colour black”, the tome features works by notable 20th century architects and celebrated contemporary designers and offers “a spectacular assortment of vernacular and historic structures to show the diversity and beauty of black architecture like rural barns, Georgian townhouses, Icelandic chapels, and traditional Portuguese stone houses.”


ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


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