Autor: DSDHA

DSDHA is an architecture, urban design and spatial research studio, established by Deborah Saunt and David Hills. Known for their high-profile urban strategies, landscapes and innovative buildings, often in complex historic environments, as well as widely-acclaimed research, they have been recognised with 19 RIBA Awards to date, shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, and twice nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

The studio’s aim is to foster positive change, creating social value through collaboration and meaningful engagement with neighbourhoods and communities, as well as stakeholders and collaborators, to deliver projects that have the broadest impact. In considering the wider societal and cultural needs of the built environment, and how it evolves over time, DSDHA question our preconceptions of the city by making the best use of its latent spatial potential.

Recent and ongoing projects include: the redesign of the public realm around the Royal Albert Hall; the regeneration of a 600-home estate for London Borough of Southwark with a strong focus on engagement; a Collaborative Learning Environment and Music Centre for The Møller Centre at Cambridge University; the public realm framework for the West End, including the reimagining of Tottenham Court Road; the creation of Cundy Street Quarter, a new 2.4-acre mixed-tenure neighbourhood in Westminster; and a new park for the City of London above Liverpool Street Station.

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