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vHH Architects appoints new Associate
vHH Architects appoints new Associate
Planners & CFCE give the go ahead for complex project to extend listed building
Marble Hill Revived revised designs approved
HLF Round 2, planning and CFCE applications submitted for new project
vHH working on new “inspirational” secondary school for Urban & Civic
New primary school at Houlton development opened by Bishop of Coventry
vHH Partner Josh shares his tips for approaching a building project
New college in Belgium opens up opportunities for next generation of students
vHH Project Leader Peter Hanson talks about Passivhaus
Ardingly School science facility reaches significant stage of construction
Join us as we bring the world of mini-golf to our offices in Camden
Classic vHH Cambridge building added to the National Heritage List
Summer Visit to new Houlton school from the Archbishop of Canterbury
CHALKUP21 walking trail in Dover features our landmark White Cliffs Visitor Centre
State of the art STEM building one of 15 in the running
vHH joins the UK Passive House Organisation
Check out our careers page for more info and how to apply to join the vHH family
Draisci Studio produce beautiful work of art for Oundle SciTec foyer
Delivering quality public school spaces on a tight budget and challenging site
Passivhaus building for repeat client creates inspiring places to learn
Crossway Church 1 of 4 shortlisted for the President's Award of the National Church's Trust
Office trip to on-site and recently completed buildings
Heritage Lottery Fund approve £4m grant for English Heritage project
A new home for the United Reform Church in Elephant & Castle
The College O.- L.-V. den Doorn is an unusually large school in the small town of Eeklo in West Flanders, which has junior, middle and upper schools, both vocational and academic
Planning proposals and HLF Stage 2 designs submitted for approval for Marble Hill Revived project
vHH Architects’ high profile Richard III project at Leicester Cathedral has been awarded a National RIBA Award
vHH scoops 3 x regional awards at the RIBA East Midlands Awards
Green Sky Thinking Week Passivhaus site tour gives visitors an overview of how it all works
Early morning Cathedral announcement confirms funding award
Video describes new school facilities and illustrates how vHH's designs have inspired staff and pupils
Already shortlisted for the 2017 BD Education Architect of the Year Awards which took place last month, vHH Architects is now in the running for TWO RIBA Awards.
Come along to our on-site event as part of Green Sky Thinking week in May
Architects join school to celebrate St Benedict's Topping Out
vHH up for Education Architect of the Year Award
School for Urban&Civic will serve new Houlton development
Marble Hill Park & House Representation project gets HLP round 1 Pass
New theatre and drama studios for Luckley House School wins a Brick Award
At the beginning of October we attended the Grand Opening of our new STEM campus at Oundle School, known as SciTec.
Make a day of it this weekend!
The concrete is complete at Crossway Church and the main worship space is taking shape
New Performing Arts Centre shortlisted for Brick Awards 2016
Our Part 1 students go back to uni, as two new Part 2 students join the office
On Friday we celebrated the start on site of the new 600 place Sir Thomas Fremantle School with a ceremonial cake-cutting on site.
We are delighted to have won the 2nd phase of Leicester Cathedrals’ reordering works – Leicester Cathedral Revealed
vHH Partner shares her views on school design in this month's FX Magazine
New Greenfield Secondary School gets the Green Light from Planning
A case study for our approach to historic buildings & heritage clients
Additional space at St Patrick’s RC Primary School will create learning opportunities
Josh travels to Eeklo to see our new building on site
Our Leicester Cathedral Richard III Project gets short-listed in two categories for 2016 Awards
New project at Camley Street will transform visitor facilities
Designer of stunning furniture at Leicester Cathedral displays light sculpture at new school
Partner Meryl Townley discusses the importance of working with proactive and constructive consultants
What’s going on in the office…
Joanna van Heyningen named in New Years Honours List for services to architecture
Progress on site as new building takes shape...
Film about new Bow School documents how the building has enhanced student and staff experience
First project for new senior school building in Ealing is almost complete
Designer of Leicester Cathedra receives accolades for amazing piece
Partner Meryl Townley Becomes London Rep for Second Term
Visit vHH's stunning Bow School on 19th Sep, as part of Open House London 2015
King Richard III finally finds his last resting place
Richard III - Leicester Cathedral
See the winning design from our delicious Bake-off Party last week
A mid-construction Bow School featured in last year’s Open House, but this year the building is fully complete.
The date of Richard III's reinterment has now been set.
Check out the set of photos on our Flickr from our recent Cycle to Bow event as part of the London Festival of Architecture last month.
The proposals for the reordering of Leicester Cathedral's chancel and crossing, including King Richard’s tomb, have been accepted by the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England following extensive consultation with interested stakeholders.
Our work at St Patrick's Catholic School in Camden involves a combination of demolition, new build and refurb
van Heyningen and Haward Architects has recently moved
We are excited to announce that our revised proposals for internal reordering at Leicester Cathedral have now been approved
The NLA's new Ipad App documents new and proposed projects via one interactive map.
This lively blog demonstrates how our Rivergate Church at Barking is becoming a veritable hive of activity!
As part of Green Sky Thinking week we've been looking at the impact our Cory Environmental Centre has had in its first year as a regenerated former landfill site.
On 23rd May 2014 the High Court ruled that Richard III's remains should be re-interred at Leicester Cathedral