28th April 2017
A day of celebration for women in construction; this was a fabulous selection of women of all ages with the most varied job roles in the construction industry, encouraged to say how good they are, list their achievements and express passion for their jobs. It is not a common scene, especially in London.
11th April 2017
Edward Williams Architect facilitates undergraduate education – with students from the University of Westminster
As Part of Edward Williams Architect’s ongoing support of design education we currently have two second year students from the University of Westminster shadowing Libby Blundell on site at Turnham Primary School.
16th March 2017
Laura Carrara-Cagni finalist for Best Woman Architect
16th March 2017
Pouring the final concrete slab at level 10, while installing the unitised facade
16th February 2017
We are pleased that our Turnham Primary School project is moving ahead on site.
9th February 2017
Tuesday Edward was one of the nine speakers at "How did it end up like that" a chaotic night of comedy on the architectural world, charity evening organised by the RIBA for the Student Hardship Fund.
2nd February 2017
Last night Edward and Laura attended the Royal Gold Medal ceremony where the Medal was awarded to Paulo Mendez da Rocha.
16th January 2017
Fiorella and Maricruz joined out team this month. Fiorella is the new Directors' PA from El Salvador and Maricruz is an experiences Architectural Assistant from Costa Rica.They both went through a tough selection process and we are thrilled to have them joining our team.
11th January 2017
A few miles from Bournville, the world’s first planned community, the new Midland Met hospital aims to regenerate one of England’s most deprived areas with ideas derived from that 19th-century ‘benevolent model’.