Thursday24 August 2017

Amanda Baillieu

It’s still not easy being young

05 October 2007

BD launched Yaya 10 years ago to showcase the work of gifted young architects, but we also keep watch over the carbuncles

10 years of winners

05 October 2007

The first BD Young Architect of the Year recently won a £30 million building, while one of the 1999 winners now mostly designs fabrics. A decade on, Ellis Woodman looks at how the various victors have fared

Carmody Groarke wins YAYA

1 November 2007

Carmody Groarke has beaten a five strong shortlist to clinch this year’s Young Architect of the Year Award

Kevin Carmody (left) and Andy Groarke.

Carmody Groarke

05 October 2007

Philosophy — “We resist predetermining architectural solutions, in turn exploiting ideas related to each project’s unique situation.”

Design Research Unit Wales

05 October 2007

Philosophy — “Design within the distinctive economic and cultural climate of Wales is both challenging and inspiring.”

Collieston Community Centre.

Graeme Massie Architects

05 October 2007

Philosophy — “Architecture is a local act: it ought to be attentive to and representative of the unique physical, topographic and environmental constraints of the location.”

Annalie Riches, David Mikhail and Cathy Hawley.

Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects

05 October 2007

Philosophy — “We have a shared commitment to architecture that has a lightness of touch and material, spatial and social engagement.”

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