RIBA National Award

Tate Britain, Millbank Project has won a RIBA National Award in addition to the RIBA London Award and the RIBA English Heritage Award for Sustaining the Historic Environment.

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Caruso St John's St Jakob Foundation has won the Auszeichnung für gute Bauten der Stadt Zürich, 2016-2020. The prizes given every five years, look to projects which develop the city's urban heritage, offer a social contribution, carefully use resources and respect their environment.

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Caruso St John Architects' design for the rotunda staircase at Tate Britain is referenced in a security feature on the new JMW Turner £20 note, which entered circulation this week.

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Award

RIBA Awards

Tate Britain, Millbank Project has won a RIBA London Award as well as the RIBA English Heritage Award for Sustaining the Historic Environment.

Opening

Tate Britain, Millbank Project

London, United Kingdom

Caruso St John's project for Tate Britain opens to the public. The project includes a new spiral staircase in the rotunda, public spaces on the lower level, and new facilities for Tate members on the upper level. The first phase of the project, focusing on the restoration of galleries in the South East Quadrant, opened in May 2013.

Caruso St John has won a RIBA International Award for its ‘innovative and joyful’ conversion of the Veemgebouw in Eindhoven, which has transformed the 1940s warehouse for the Philips electrical company into a modern mixed-use urban building.

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Under construction

Office Building, Stampfenbachstrasse
Natural Stone Facade

Zurich, Switzerland

Quarrying is underway for the Verde Spluga stone cladding for the principal façade of the new AXA office building on Stampfenbachstrasse in central Zurich.

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Royale Belge has won a European Heritage / Europa Nostra Award for Conservation and Adaptive Reuse. Overseen by the European Commission in partnership with Europa Nostra, the awards celebrate and promote the highest standards in heritage interventions, research, and education, training and awareness-raising, as well the longstanding dedication of professionals and volunteers.

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Competition

Thune Skøyen

Oslo

10th April 2024

Caruso St John have won first prize in an invited competition to redevelop the historic Thune industrial complex in Skøyen, Oslo. The plan for Thune will transform a series of factory buildings dating back to the 1890's into a mixed-use neighbourhood, with a programme that includes cultural, leisure, and retail facilities alongside office and coworking spaces, light-industrial workshops, and social housing.

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Planning permission

Durolux Building, Cham

Zurich

Planning permission has been granted for the renovation of a listed 1950s industrial building in the centre of the town of Cham on the banks of Lake Zug. The building will be converted into flexible workspace as part of the redevelopment of the Papieri-Areal industrial site.

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Planning permission

Gutstrasse Cooperative Housing

Zurich-Wiedikon

Planning permission has been granted for the construction of two new apartment blocks and a building for a kindergarten and administrative offices for housing cooperative BiG (Baugenossenschaft im Gut) in Zurich-Wiedikon.

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Planning permission

Twentieth Century Theatre

London

Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of the Twentieth Century Theatre —a Grade II listed former music hall on Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill— into a new venue for classical music.

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Planning permission

Düngerbau, Uetikon am See

Zurich

Planning permission has been granted for the conversion of a 19th century fertilizer factory at a former industrial site in Uetikon am See on the banks of Lake Zurich.

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