Hugh has been awarded the Lancelot Andrewes medal by the Bishop of Southwark. This was given in recognition of the contribution made by the practice’s courtyard and community centre at St. Michael’s Barnes and the extension at St. Peter’s Petersham. The medal was bestowed at one of the final services at St. Peters by the retiring vicar, the Reverend Canon Tim Marwood, who has been the driving force behind the building of the extension and the repair and restoration of the church itself.
HCA bids a fond farewell to Marta as she begins her journey to becoming a specialist in conservation. Her hard work, energy in the office and wonderful cooking skills will be missed! We wish her joy and success as she ventures on this new chapter.
You can find her in the RIBA Conservation Registrant List (click here to see list)
The new extension to St Peter’s Church Petersham has been shortlisted for the President’s Award for Church Architecture. The shortlist has been published in the National Church Trust’s website, see link here.
The practice has recently started work on a residential project in Dublin. We will soon launch a second office in the Dun Laoghaire area of Dublin bringing our experience of working in sensitive contexts in both rural and urban locations.
The Dublin office will be run on a permanent basis by one of our directors, Giles and we are actively looking for new opportunities to expand our range of work in Ireland.