News Archive

Lecture: Montreal

Lecture: Montreal

7th October 2019. Adam Caruso will be appearing with Jan De Vylder in a roundtable discussion with Martin Bressani at McGill University's School of Architecture. The theme of the roundtable is "Peace, Love, and Understanding"; more information can be found here. 

Peterloo Massacre Memorial

Peterloo Massacre Memorial

16th August 2019. Jeremy Deller and Caruso St John Architects have collaborated on the design for the memorial to the Peterloo Massacre in central Manchester. Construction completed in time for the 200th anniversary of the massacre, which occurred on 16th August 1819. Events to mark the anniversary will be taking place on the square next to the memorial on Friday 16th August, as well as over the weekend. The memorial itself has been opened without ceremony, in acknowledgement of Manchester City Council’s continuing discussion with local access groups about improving access.

RIBAJ Meets

5th August 2019. An interview with Peter St John is featured on the new RIBAJ Meets podcast. More information about the podcast can be found here, and the episode featuring Peter St John can be listened to here.

Competition: Apartment Building, Lucerne

Competition: Apartment Building, Lucerne

14th June 2019. Caruso St John has won the competition to build a new apartment building in Lucerne, Switzerland. The new five-story building will comprise of 77 condominiums. Construction will begin in spring 2021, with completion of the building scheduled for 2023. More information here.

Symposium: TU Dortmund

Adam Caruso is participating in the symposium, ‘monumental_public buildings at the beginning of the 21st century,’ being held at TU Dortmund, on 14th June 2019. More information here.

Architects Declare

Architects Declare

30th May 2019. Along with 16 other UK winners of the RIBA Stirling Prize, Caruso St John Architects has signed an open letter declaring a climate and biodiversity emergency, making a commitment to positive action in response and inviting all UK architectural practices to add their names. 

To view the letter and sign up, please go to www.architectsdeclare.com

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BDA Award 2019

BDA Award 2019

27th May 2019. Bremer Landesbank has won the Bund Deutscher Architekten Architecture Award 2019 for construction. More information here.

Exhibition: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now

Exhibition: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now

12th April 2019. Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now, the exhibition designed by Caruso St John is open at Gagosian Gallery Grosvenor Hill. Featuring Rembrandt’s Self-Portrait with Two Circles (c. 1665), the exhibition marks a new partnership between Gagosian and English Heritage which will entail the gallery supporting the charity and its sites, artworks, and artefacts. It will be open until 18th May 2019. More information here 

Lecture: Canterbury

20th March 2019. Rod Heyes will be giving a lecture at the Canterbury School of Architecture on 21st March 2019 as part of the MULTISTORY* lecture series. The lecture will be held in the Architecture Foyer at UCA Canterbury, and begin at 18:00. More information here.

Competition: DWH Innovation Campus

Competition: DWH Innovation Campus

7th March 2019. Caruso St John has won the competition for a masterplan for the Gartenstadt Hellerau campus of furniture company Deutsche Werkstätten in northern Dresden. The masterplan comprises three new structures, which will replace existing industrial sheds adjacent to the company’s historic factory buildings. At the heart of the development is a new ‘garden building’ that provides workspace and amenities for the company’s staff as well as a flexible gallery space for exhibitions and events. The building is conceived as a freestanding pavilion within the restructured landscape of the site.