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8 NEWS EVENTS


AWARDS RIBA London Awards Ceremony 20 May, London www.architecture.com/whatson


Mental Health Awards 21 May, Coventry www.designinmentalhealth.com


FESTIVALS London Festival of Architecture 01 - 30 June, London www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org


OPEN EVENING LFA Open Evening at RIBA Incubator 14 June, London www.architecture.com/whatson


SEMINARS Inclusive Environments 22 May, Manchester www.architecture.com/whatson


The Colin Rowe Lecture Series: Juhani Pallasmaa 4 June, London www.architecture.com/whatson


TRADE SHOWS edie live


21 - 22 May, Birmingham www.exhibition.edie.net


Clerkenwell Design Week 21 - 23 May, London www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com


AWARDS Global design awards sees record entry numbers


The internationally renowned jury for the 2019 AZ Awards convened in Toronto in March and selected the best from this year’s record breaking haul of 1,175 architecture and design entries from 50 countries around the world. This year’s jury is comprised of Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne, founding principal of Morphosis, Pat Hanson, architect and founding partner of Toronto’s gh3*, Matt Carr, industrial designer and VP of design at Umbra, Italian architect Stefano Pujatti, director


of Italy and Canada-based firm Elasticospa, and Toronto designer Johnson Chou. Their selection of the 68 finalists “exemplifies excellence in innovation, aesthetics, creativity and social and environmental responsibility,” said the awards organisers. The winners will be revealed on 21


June, as architects and designers from across the globe will gather for the 2019 AZ Awards Gala at Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works, to network as well as celebrate all the winners and finalists.


Design Engine’s scheme for a new Safety Training Centre at Solent University’s Warsash Maritime Academy has been submitted for planning. The proposed development will be


located east of Southampton on the Hampshire coast, within the existing Lower Site of Solent University’s Warsash Maritime Academy, said to be the world’s leading maritime education and training provider. Of the nine buildings on the retained site, four are prefabricated and temporary and therefore not suitable for redevelopment. This proposal consolidates all teaching and training facilities into a new integrated L-shaped building within a remodelled campus as well as providing ‘in-house Helicopter Underwater Escape’ training facilities, and also accommodating the teaching and training requirements of Hampshire Fire & Rescue as part of a shared facility collaboration.


The proposed new buildings will make reference to coastal and dockyard marine architecture where structures typically take the form of wide span gable ended buildings, designed to accommodate boats and equipment, with easy access to slipways.


Design Engine has adopted the building typology, as it is also an appropriate fit for the new replacement teaching and training facilities. The new buildings will be clad in a textured metal material typical of marine and boatyard architecture and designed to be dark in colour, so as to be “visually recessive and non reflective against the backdrop of trees while also making use of signature colour highlights for branding and signage,” said the architects.


Subject to planning consent, work on the main construction contract is due to start onsite in January 2020.


EDUCATION


Design Engine’s Solent University safety training centre in for planning


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ADF MAY 2019


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