All Archetype Group articles

  • Carrowbeck Meadow

    RIBA unveils 2017 national awards winners


    Herzog de Meuron, Caruso St John and Haworth Tompkins among top names on 49-building Stirling Prize long-list

  • Architype's The Willows school

    Architype scoops School Architect of the Year award


    Green practice pics up a total of three awards at annual British Council for School Environments ceremony

  • Information - BD

    Archetype Group


    Position in WA100 2011: 53Country: VietnamLast ranking: 56Architects employed: 179Website: www.archetype-group.comContact detailsHanoi25 Le Dai Hanh Street9F CDC BuildingHanoi, Vietnam 844VietnamTel: +8 490 226 8376 The largest private design and project management consultancy in Vietnam and Cambodia, Archetype is also the largest foreign project management consultancy in India.This year it plans ...

  • Barton Hill School Architype

    Architype’s schools’ programme


    Architype is passionate in its belief that good design is a powerful tool in transforming educational opportunity, both inspiring teachers and enabling children to discover their true potential.

  • News

    Architype wins energy prize


    Green practice Architype has won the prestigious Ashden Award for sustainable energy

  • Architype's design for Groundwork Hertfordshire and Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust's new headquarters

    Architype wins headquarters scheme


    Green practice Architype has beaten off competition from firms including White Design to design a new flagship headquarters building for two charities.

  • News

    Architype makes Ashden Awards final


    London-based Architype has been named as the first ever architecture practice to make the final of the prestigious Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy.

  • Architype's winning design for the new £2.9 million library and refurbishment of the existing Grade II* listed building in Ledbury, Herefordshire.

    Architype wins Herefordshire library competition


    Architype has beaten Feilden Clegg Bradley, Richard Murphy, Davies Sutton and Panter Hudspith in a competition to design a new £2.9 million library and refurbish an existing Grade II* listed building in Ledbury, Herefordshire.