Installation of the CLT frame for the Wildernesse Restaurant is almost complete on site in Sevenoaks, by subcontractor Eurban. The restaurant pavilion is within the grounds of the Grade-II listed Wildernesse House, currently under development as part of a new extra-care community for PegasusLife.
Duggan Morris designs for plot 18.03 West Parkside of the Greenwich Peninsula masterplan have received planning approval by universal consent from the Royal Borough ofGreenwich committee. The project has been developed for client Knight Dragon.
During the course of our trading history, Duggan Morris Architects have continually sought to foster conditions which enable the highest calibre of work to flourish. During the last three years in particular, we have grown from a small emerging practice of less than twenty, to one which now boasts over fifty talented architects and designers. Accordingly, Duggan Morris Architects is proud to announce a number of key promotions, as part of our commitment to continually improve our service. This includes five new Associates, two Associate Directors, a Technical Director, a Director, and a Practice Director.
Duggan Morris Architects have been shortlisted in two categories for the 2017 BD Architect of the Year Awards; Public Building and Office. With a record number of entries, close to 300, 14 categories are judged by a select panel of industry experts, with the winners announced on 8th March.
The Loom, by Duggan Morris Architects for client Helical Bar, has been shortlisted as part of the annual London Region BCO Awards, in the Refurbished/Recycled Workspace category; defined as a corporate or commercial building where significant works have been carried out to adapt the existing building to modern office use, but where no more than 49% of the net internal area of the building may be new build.
Duggan Morris Architects now enters its thirteenth year of practice. Left bereft from the U.K’s vote to exit Europe and America’s change in administration many challenges face our country and the construction industry. The impact of rising construction costs and over demand on the supply chain exacerbates our delivery programmes and further pressurises the shortfall in our housing provision.