van Heyningen and Haward Architects

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van Heyningen and Haward Architects
Practice information
Key architects
  • Joanna van Heyningen, Founder
  • Birkin Haward, Founder
  • James McCosh, Partner
  • Chris Wilderspin, Partner
  • Meryl Townley, Partner
Founded 1983 (1983)

van Heyningen and Haward is a design-led architectural practice,[1] founded in 1983 by Birkin Haward and Joanna van Heyningen, and now owned and managed by James McCosh, Meryl Townley and Chris Wilderspin. The London architects work primarily in education, and have also worked in the heritage, community and health sectors.

In 2010 the practice produced a monograph detailing their work to date;'van Heyningen and Haward - Buildings and Projects'. The book was published by Right Angle Publishing and edited by Ian Latham. As well as giving an overview of the projects undertaken by the practice from inception until publication, it also includes essays by Trevor Garnham and contributions by Ken Powell and Patrick Lynch. The launch party for the book was held at Latymer Upper School, a long-standing client of the practice.

Selected projects[edit]

RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
Clare College, Cambridge - Lerner Court

Awards[edit]

Cory Environmental Centre, Essex
Latymer Performing Arts Centre, Hammersmith, London
Rivergate Centre, Barking, London
West Ham Station, Jubilee Line Extension

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

  • RICS Regeneration Highly Commended Award for Rivergate Centre, Barking [19]
  • RICS Community Benefit Highly Commended Award for Platform, Islington [20]

2011[edit]

  • RIBA South Conservation Award for No.1 Smithery, Chatham
  • Camden and Islington Business Award for Best Property Business [21]
  • RIBA Award for No.1 Smithery, Chatham Historic Dockyard[22]
  • Regeneration and Renewal Awards Highly Commended for No.1 Smithery, Chatham Historic Dockyard

2010[edit]

  • Brick Award, Best Outdoor Space for Corfield Court, St John's College
  • LABC Regional Award, Best Technical Design for Corfield Court, St John's College
  • RIBA Award for Edward Alleyn Building, Alleyn's School
  • Building Award Highly Commended for Architectural Practice of the Year
  • Civic Trust Award Commendation for Dennis Sciama Building, University of Portsmouth

References[edit]

  1. ^ "vHH / Top of the Class". Building Design Magazine. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre / Sir David Attenborough opens landfill site transformed into nature reserve". BBC News. 11 May 2013. Retrieved May 13, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre / vHH completes another nature reserve scheme". Architect's Journal. Retrieved May 13, 2013. 
  4. ^ Glancey, Jonathan (6 September 2004). "RSPB Environment and Education Centre / Strictly for the Birds". London: The Guardian. Retrieved May 8, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Platform / Platform, Islington". Platform. Retrieved May 8, 2012. 
  6. ^ "No.1 Smithery / Lighting & Signage". AJ Specification. Retrieved 24 Oct 2012. 
  7. ^ "Bolton Market Hall / State of the Market". RIBA Journal. Retrieved May 8, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Latymer Upper School / Latymer Upper School". Architecture Today. Retrieved May 8, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Kaleidoscope Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham / Help the non-aged". Building Magazine. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  10. ^ "New North London Synagogue / Bricks and Torah". Architects' Journal. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  11. ^ "West Ham Jubilee Line Extension / Train Spotting". Architects' Journal. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  12. ^ Cruikshank, Dan (5 October 1994). "Gateway to the White Cliffs / Designing a Past for the Future". London: The Independent. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  13. ^ "Classics Centre - Case Studies / Evaluation of Capital Funding to Higher Education Institutions for Learning and Teaching, 2006-2008". HEFCE. Retrieved 10th Jan 2013 2012. 
  14. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre, Essex/ Winner". RICS Awards - Design and Innovation. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  15. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre, Essex/ Winner". RICS Awards - Leisure and Tourism. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  16. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre, Essex/ Winner". RICS Awards - Project of the Year. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  17. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre, Essex/ Shortlisted". RIBA Awards. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  18. ^ "Cory Environmental Centre, Essex/ Commendation". Civic Trust Awards. Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  19. ^ "Rivergate Centre, Barking/ Highly Commended". RICS Awards - Regeneration. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  20. ^ "Platform, Islington/ Highly Commended". RICS Awards - Community Benefit. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 
  21. ^ "Camden and Islington Business Award / Best Property Business". CIBA. Retrieved 8 May 2012. 
  22. ^ "South / South East Winners 2011". RIBA. Retrieved April 23, 2012. 

Publications and Press[edit]

2012[edit]

  • Architecture Today, October - "Wild at Heart", Cory Environmental Visitor Centre
  • Architects Journal, October - "vHH completes another nature reserve scheme", "Week in Pictures", Cory Environmental Visitor Centre
  • Building Magazine - "Back to Nature", Cory Environmental Visitor Centre
  • Architects Journal, April - "Bricks and Torah", New North London Synagogue
  • RIBA Journal, April - "Hide and Seek", Cory Environmental Visitor Centre
  • RIBA Sector Review, London 2012 - Featuring: Rivergate Centre

2011[edit]

  • School Building Magazine - "The Science of Renewable's", Science and Library Building, Latymer Upper School
  • Architecture Today, February - "Three part harmony:van Heyningen and Haward at Latymer School ", Science and Library Building, Latymer Upper School
  • RIBA Sector Review, London 2011 - Featuring: Edward Alleyn Building, Alleyn's School
  • RIBA The List 2011 - Featuring: Edward Alleyn Building, Alleyn's School
  • 21st Century London: The New Architecture, Kenneth Powell - Merrell Publishing - Featuring: Kaleidoscope Children and Young People's Centre

2010[edit]

  • Architect's Journal, 10 June - "RIBA Awards 2010", Edward Alleyn Building
  • PLAN, June/July - "Schools of the Future", Edward Alleyn Building
  • Building, 23 July - "Salvage Operation", No.1 Smithery, Chatham Historic Dockyard
  • Building Design, 30 July - "Naval Gazing", No.1 Smithery, Chatham Historic Dockyard
  • van Heyningen and Haward Buildings and Projects - Right Angle Publishing
  • RIBA Sector Review, Education 2010 - Featuring: Edward Alleyn Building, Alleyn's School
  • RIBA Sector Review, Conservation 2010 - Featuring: Corfield Court, St John's College

2009[edit]

  • Architect's Journal, 19 November - "Cash Injection for England's Youth Centres", Hornsey Road Baths Development
  • Building Design, 31 July - "Education" Barking Riverside
  • Building Design, 17 July - "Reaching for the Stars" Dennis Sciama Building, University of Portsmouth
  • AR Ketipo, May - RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Technical Study
  • Architect's Journal, 23 April - "New Court, Clare College" Building Study
  • RIBA Journal, 1 April - "State of the Market", Bolton Market Hall
  • Architecture 09 RIBA Buildings of the Year, Tony Chapman, Merrell, London - Featuring: Lerner Court, Clare College

2008[edit]

  • Architecture Today, January - "Fit For Purpose" Classical Studies Centre, Oxford University
  • Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Wiley - Featuring: Kaleiodsope, Children and Young People's Centre

2007[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, 13 December - Ysgol Ifor Bach, Caerphilly Primary School
  • Architects' Journal, 28 June - RIBA Awards - RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes and Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre
  • Architectural Design, May/June - Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • HD, April - "The Green Trial" Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • A10, March/April - "Optimistic Look-out" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Grand Designs, March - Eye Catcher - RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • The Telegraph, 13 January - "Life returns to a wasteland of war" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • RIBA Journal, January - "Gone with the Wind" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Sustain, January - "RSPB Timber Take-Off" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Building Design, January - "Colour and light create Kaleidoscope" Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • New London Architecture, Kenneth Powell, Merrell, London - Featuring: Enfield College, London

2006[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, December - "van Heyningen and Haward / Rainham Marshes" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • The Times, 14 November - "Spare A Thought For Old Man River" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • The Guardian, 13 November - "A Walk On The Wild Side" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Building Design, November - "One for the birds" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • FX Magazine, November - "Getting better" Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • Architecture Today, November - "Spectacular Vernacular" Trinity Events Centre, Suffolk Showground
  • Architects' Journal Specification, September - Trinity Events Centre, Suffolk Showground
  • The Guardian, 15 June - "Not strictly for birds" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • School Building, April/May - Kingfisher House, Enfield College, London

2005[edit]

  • Architecture Today, September - "Bending the Rules" Wood Lane Pavilion, Latymer Upper School, London
  • Grand Designs, August - The Grand Guide: The New Barns "Pastures New" Salthouse, Norfolk
  • Building Magazine, May - "Help the non-aged" Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • Building Design, 25 February - "Modern Classic for Meeting of Minds" Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, Oxford University
  • Sports Facilities, Loft Publications, Barcelona - Featuring: Wood Lane Pavilion, Latymer Upper School, London

2004[edit]

  • Architecture Today, September - "School of Thought" New Library, Luckley-Oakfield School
  • The Guardian, 30 August - "Strictly for the birds" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Architects' Journal, 18 March - "An Englishman's Home" English Heritage East of England's Headquarters, Cambridge
  • The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture, Phaidon Press London - Featuring: West Ham Station The Magic of Tents, Loft Publications, Barcelona. Featuring: Burghley Yard

2003[edit]

  • Blueprint, December - "Beauty and the Birds" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • Architecture Today, November - "Birds of a feather" RSPB Environment and Education Centre, Rainham Marshes
  • RIBA Journal, November - "NHS reponds to treatment" Kaleidoscope, Children and Young People's Centre, Lewisham
  • Architecture in Britain, Kenneth Powell Merrell Publishers Ltd London. Featuring: The National Centre for Early Music
  • RIBA Sector Reviews, RIBA - Creating Excellent Buildings - A Guide for Clients, CABE London. Featuring: Sutton Hoo
  • Architecture and Building, The Architect's Publishing Partnership Limited - Featuring: De Montfort University
  • A Guide to London Contemporary Architecture - Architectural Press Allinson & Thornton

2002[edit]

  • Building Design, March - "National Treasure" Sutton Hoo Visitors Centre, Suffolk
  • Architecture Today, February - "Learning with Louvres" Polhill Information Centre, De Montfort University, Bedford
  • RIBA Journal, February - "Teen Dream" Click, Youth Technology Centre, London
  • Europe: The Contemporary Architecture Guide - Toto Shuppan Publishing, Tokyo
  • The Architecture of London - Jones & Woodward, Weidenfeld Nicolson Illustrated

2000[edit]

  • Building Design, 24 November - "Prints of Darkness" Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  • Casabella, May - "West Ham" Jublilee Line Extension, West Ham
  • Building Design, 24 March - "Work of High Praise" National Centre for Early Music, St Margarets Church, York
  • RIBA Journal, March - "Theatre Studies" Latymer Upper School and Theatre, Hammersmith, London

1999[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, 27 May - "Clifftop Hideway" Gateway to the White Cliffs, Dover

1998[edit]

  • Architecture Today, October - "Building Stable Condition" Burghley Yard, London
  • Building Design, 4 September - Burghley Yard, London
  • The Times, 7 August - "White Cliff visitors get a greener view" Gateway to the White Cliffs, Dover
  • 581 Architects in the World - Toto Shuppan Publishing, Tokyo
  • Oxford, An Architectural Guide - Tyack, Oxford Press

1997[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, September - "Abbey Anniversary" St Augustine's Abbey Museum, Canterbury

1995[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, 26 October - "A sensitive container for Music" Jacqueline du Pre Music Building, Oxford
  • Architects' Journal, 24 August - "Variations on an Arts and Crafts Theme" Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

1994[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, December - "Re-Interpretation of Tradition" Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
  • The Independent, 5 October - "Designing a past for the future" Gateway to the White Cliffs, Dover
  • Building Design, 30 September - Gateway to the White Cliffs, Dover
  • Building Magazine, June - King Alfred School, London

1993[edit]

  • RIBA Journal, July - "School of Thought" King Alfred School, London

1992[edit]

  • Building Design, October - "Jubilee Line" Jubilee line extension, West Ham
  • Hauser, February - "Tradition and Modern in Harmony" Laurier Rd, London
  • New British Architecture - Jonathan Glancy
  • Architects London Houses - Newton
  • Library Builders - Academy Edition
  • Building Sights - Academy Edition

1990[edit]

  • Architecture Today, July - "Lessons in logic" Sir George Monoux College

1989[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, May - "On the Heritage Trail" Clovelly Visitors Centre, Devon

1988[edit]

  • Building Design, 18 November - "Class Structures" Clovelly Visitors Centre, Devon / Jacqueline du Pre Music Building
  • Building Design, 28 October - "Music Memorial" Jacqueline du Pre Music Building, Oxford
  • Architects' Journal, 27 January - "Housing Traditions" Laurier Rd, London

1987[edit]

  • Architects' Journal, 8 April - Clovelly Visitors Centre

1985[edit]

  • 12 June - "A rare books case" Newnham College, Cambridge

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