by Lucinda Smith
by Lucinda Smith
by Taisuke Mizuno
by Robert Hamilton
t-sa forum celebrates the publication of our latest book, ‘Vol. 7 Renewal – Structure’, compiling students research from t-sa forum workshop 2016. Available to buy from AA Bookshop.
13.09.2017 at 18:30
Architectural Association – Front Members Room
36 Bedford Square
The arched concrete structure cast on site for a private house in North London
t-sa congratulates team member Paolo Emilio Pisano for being awarded a RIBA Bronze Medal Commendation for his work at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.
Happy New Year from t-sa. A new Loggia for a house in Surrey is the inspiration for this year’s print
t-sa wins a design competition for a 55 unit renewal housing project in West Sussex
Mark Campbell speaks about his collection of photographs to Diploma Unit 8 students at the CASS, London Met.
Indoor Swimming Pool, Grossinger’s Catskills Resort Hotel, Liberty, New York, November 2013
Our collaborative new build house project with Catja de Haas architect in Sussex has received planning permission and works will be on site in 2016
London Road Housing Phase 1 is now complete. It is a prior approval conversion of an existing office block into a new 79 unit residential scheme.
Takero Shimazaki will be in dialogue about the influences of Andrei Tarkovsky for the design of Curzon Bloomsbury at the opening of a major new retrospective of the director on the 20th May 6pm
Leicester Print Workshop received 3 RIBA awards 2016. As well as a Regional award, it received the Small Project Award and the Project Architect Award for Jennifer Frewen. We would like to thank the RIBA judging panel, the fantastic team at LPW and the whole design team.
t-sa win Refurbishment Architect of the Year Award. We would like to thank our clients, consultants and the judges for this wonderful acknowledgment.
t-sa are shortlisted for Building Design Architect of the Year Award 2016 – Refurbishment Architect of the Year for renewal of Curzon Bloomsbury, Leicester Print Workshop, Dean Street and London Road Housing
Modernist apartment re-invention in North London
A new build house project in the south coast landscape with Catja de Haas
t-sa’s Curzon Bloomsbury is in this month’s AR magazine feature on Cinemas
Takero Shimazaki hosted RIBA’s own internal team for a tour of completed Curzon Bloomsbury
A Happy New Year from all at t-sa. This year’s print features the completed Leicester Print Workshop
Planning Approval granted for a new house in North London
Cast plaster model of an external wall in Canterbury
Takero Shimazaki will give a lecture on t-sa’s work and its design method through the theme of Renewal-Emotion. It is part of a week-long workshop by t-sa for the Japanese University in the UK
Takero Shimazaki is in round table discussion with Director Mary McGuckian and Zeev Aram following the screening of ‘The Price of Desire’ and ‘Gray Matters’ on the 16th November.
New printmaking artist studios, education rooms, gallery and library spaces are nearing completion in the heart of Leicester’s Cultural Quarter. The official opening will take place the first week of November.
‘A new loggia’.
Planning approval has been granted for an extension and alterations to a house in Surrey. The idea for the renewal of this house is to add a single wall to the garden side of the house to create a cloister-like loggia; – a large single garden space for leisure, dining and living accessed from the interior of the main body of the house.
Construction works are ongoing at LPW in Leicester. The existing warehouse building has been stripped down to the walls and floors with a new roof added. The ‘scars’ of the past have been filled with new materials and existing steel structures and crane beams are retained to highlight the timeline of the building and its historical use. Completion is due in Autumn 2015.
Planning approval has been gained for 79 apartments and complete renewal of an existing office building in Sutton, South of London. Existing materials are re-used to express tactility and texture. The waffled concrete ceiling structure will be partly exposed, together with the decorated brickwork on the facade and the concrete staircase.
A conversion of a flat into a two-storey maisonette in North London is now complete with a new feature black staircase.
A three-storey cinema in the Brunswick Centre reaches completion
A contractor has been selected and construction will begin in April for the ‘Our Big Move’ project
This year’s print is inspired by the staircase model for Wrottesley Road by Anton Gorlenko and Pepper Akane Yamamoto Simpson
New print studios and gallery are forming part of a warehouse conversion in Leicester’s cultural quarter
An enclosing wall to create a new garden space – house renovation in Surrey, UK
Renewal of a derelict office building into micro housing in South London
Its solidity gives a sort of presence you can’t ignore…..PS
An internal view for new studio space in Amersham
A new working environment from home – an internal stair
Ground floor works begin on the renovation of the Renoir cinema at The Brunswick for Curzon.
Building materials have a presence that transcend beyond style or a certain period in history. Some materials and buildings last so much longer than the generations of its inhabitants. But most of all, these materials evoke certain emotion, memory and atmosphere - TS
A new build house in the landscape, Stockport UK
An anchoring masonry well excavated to locate the house in an open farm land
A happy new year! t-sa’s new year print on tissue paper. Image by Takuma Okada, a t-sa forum 2013 participant – a hand print