Friday, 30 April 2010

BD Article

Building Design website and weekly paper have featured an article profiling the winners of the RIBA/ICE bursary. Check out the link below...

Thursday, 29 April 2010


We are delighted to have been chosen from 39 entries and awarded £5,000 funding for 'We Heart the Suburbs' by the RIBA ICE Bursary! The bursary is committed to the progress of environmental and community issues in the UK and abroad.

John McAslan, the chairman of John McAslan + Partners architects is quoted as saying:
"Melanie and Sarah's UK based project is a fresh idea that demonstrates a commitment to making a positive impact on the community."

Ruth Reed, the president of the RIBA is quoted as saying:
"This year's bursary recipient are excellent examples of the kind of innovative and altruistic thinking that must be embraced if we are to meet the many challenges facing us in the future."

For more information of the bursary and its winners, check out the link below...

Wednesday, 28 April 2010


The much anticipated We Heart the Suburbs exhibition has finally arrived! Over this May Bank Holiday weekend we will be in Cluny Square, St. Luke's finding out about the local community. Come along to see the results!

Friday, 16 April 2010


We have selected two fantastic ideas from a selection of very strong proposals to contribute to the We Heart the Suburbs exhibition in Cluny Square, St. Luke's! The winners are...

Jess Worley's workshop proposal that uses her experience as an artist specialising in textiles and jewellery design.

Katrina Burtles, Kelly Donovan, Antoinette Goossens and Rachel Nead's proposal for an installation that aims to evoke memories of past celebrations and events within the community.

We are really excited about working with these local talents!

Thursday, 1 April 2010


In preparation for the upcoming We Heart the Suburbs exhibition in Cluny Square, St. Luke's, we are calling upon local artists and designers to contribute ideas. Artists and designers of all levels of experience and all backgrounds have the opportunity to submit proposals with the chance of realising these ideas and winning a cash prize of £150! If you're interested, check out the brief below...