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AFK's annual garden party - recreating the spirit of our garden inside our studio!
Public consultation is underway for 55 Bishopsgate, a new tall building in the City of London designed by AFK for Schroders Capital, working with Stanhope
100 Bishopsgate wins a RIBA London Award 2022 - described by the judges as “both dynamic and sensitive, simple, and complex: a tour de force”
AFK gains planning permission for bronze façade retrofit to 1980s post-modernist office, bringing it in line with post-pandemic tenant demands
Earle Arney on why 'densification' can be good for society - Bluebeam Blog
100 Bishopsgate shortlisted for RIBA London award
A 50/50 JV between Lendlease and CPP Investments will see the development of the International Quarter London (IQL), and the £215m Turing Building, designed by AFK
Studio visit to Noguchi at the Barbican - a true artistic polymath
AFK wins 'Best Written Content' at the Archiboo Web Awards 2021
The world has changed so we thought we should too! The story behind our rebrand...
AFK's brand launch party goes off with a bang
'Handmade' - the crafting of 80 Charlotte Street
Debunking Density and Disease - cities are our best defence against future pandemics
@London Society Journal
Behind the scenes on engineering 22 Hanover Square's exoskeleton
@Construction Manager Magazine
AFK wins C40 competition to transform Tuscolana railway site into low-carbon 15-minute city
AFK's 'Busy Space' concept transforms Topshop's Oxford Street store into a hub for the 21st Century
Learning from lockdown: Don’t blame density for problems caused by poverty
A dialogue between art and architecture – the story of the public art at Brookfield Place Calgary
Our Sister Studio @fenderkatsalidis' Australia 108 - the Southern Hemisphere's tallest residential tower.
Hand crafted Petersen Tegl bricks add texture and visual interest to the façade of 80 Charlotte Street
The crafted industrial aesthetic of the ground floor workspace at 89 Whitfield Street
'All about drawing'. Part 1: Diagrams
'The Future of Flex' research with Worktech Academy on the future of flex offices post-pandemic
Skilled optimisation is an essential architectural service - we should celebrate it more
This incredible model of 80 Charlotte Street by TPA modelmakers is fully detailed, including representations of the handmade materials used in the building
Sample session - reviewing control samples with the team for the Turing Building at Stratford for Lendlease
Cafes and restaurants line the active ground plane of Park & Sayer for our client Lendlease - the latest phase to launch at their central London project Elephant Park
Another look inside Deloitte Montreal - an agile workplace where space encourages people to meet, whether through planning or serendipity
Piling Started onsite for tall residential building which is part of the fifth phase of Lendease's emerging Elephant Park masterplan
100 Bishopsgate: ‘The first of its kind… and maybe the last’, writes the Architects Journal
From the archives - an early cross section sketch showing the inside of the Turing Building
AFK shortlisted for C40 Cities Rome Tuscolana competition!
Inside Mayfair Park Residences - luxury apartments for Clivedale London
The central lounge in the resident’s club at White City Living for St James is now open! It features a sunken fire-pit and connects to courtyard gardens.
The pandemic will drive social, urban and economic change, and profound as well as temporary, changes to our cities and buildings - is the answer a return to rural or suburban sensibilities?
Earle Arney, our founder and CEO talks to New London Architecture's Peter Murray about the benefits of density and fears of a flight from the city.
Shared space needs a shake-up post Covid-19, but it is far from dead
It's time we breathe new life into the 'old' office, writes Earle Arney for Building
Skilled hands work the bronze panels in the lobby of 100 Bishopsgate