13th November 2017
As neighborhoods change over time, color is a bridge between tradition and invention - Laura Carrara-Cagni interviewed
6th November 2017
The latest drone footage from Midland Metropolitan Hospital shows the final concrete pours around the Level 2 perimeter almost completed, forming the set backs for landscape terraces between the car park and the podium.
18th October 2017
Hundreds of homes are planned as part of a vision to continue the transformation of a town.
5th September 2017
This summer we built a pop up pavilion in London’s beautiful Holland Park for our annual office party. t was a risky venture. Could we make it in time, would it work, would it rain, would we be arrested by the park police? We reckoned that a bit of adrenaline would only add to the fun.
20th July 2017
The topping out ceremony for Midland Metropolitan Hospital was a great success. The view from the 9th floor over the neighbourhood is panoramic, and we could see into the developing Winter Garden and towards the new Green.
15th May 2017
The Insulating and Achieving Airtightness with Cross Laminated Timber Construction Masterclass at the Building Centre in London last Thursday was a day of in depth technical learning and discussions around the specifics of insulation in wood construction.
5th May 2017
We are delighted to have been appointed to design the new central London restaurant for Adam Handling, the young Scottish celebrity chef. The new restaurant will be in Covent Garden, London, and it is the first one of a number that we will design for him in London and elsewhere in the next few years.
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.