Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
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Architects Profile
Written by A.I.   
Friday, 11 January 2008 08:03

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Sarah Wigglesworth (born 1957)
1983 Diploma in Architecture, Cambridge University

George Legg (born 1977)
2003 RIBA Parts 1 and 2, the University of Sheffield, Distinction

Mark Hadden (born 1969)
1998 Diploma in Advanced Architectural Studies, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

Philosophy

We are an award-winning architecture practice dedicated to pursuing excellence and integrity in design and service. Established in 1994, we have designed many buildings ranging in size from L20,000 to L10 million and our portfolio includes master planning, cultural buildings, offices, private and social housing and structures for education, arts and sport. We have expert knowledge of educational and community buildings and the techniques of consultation, including developing successful methods of communication.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2011 10:36
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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects - Siobhan Davies Studios PDF Print Email
Performance Arts
Written by Tom Fischer   
Monday, 03 March 2008 07:42

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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects were selected by competitive interview as the architects for the studios for this dance company, founded in 1987 by one of Britain’s leading contemporary choreographers, Siobhan Davies CBE.

The work comprises an extensive refurbishment and extension of an existing Board School (1898) which is located in the playground of a primary school in Southwark, south London. The scheme will provide two dance rehearsal spaces; the main rehearsal space is designed as a flexible event space suitable for dance, music performances and the spoken word. The main space will accommodate an audience of 70 people.


Photograph courtesy of Roger Meyer

 

Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2009 19:20
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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects - Mossbrook Special School PDF Print Email
Academic
Written by John Morales   
Friday, 14 December 2007 23:40

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The new classroom at Mossbrook in South Yorkshire, England, is a science teaching space designed for learning about the natural environment through direct interaction with it.

The school teaches the National Curriculum. For children with learning difficulties this is done in a demonstrative and experiential way, but the approach is relevant to all children and the new classroom is a resource for pupils from schools throughout the Sheffield area.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 14:27
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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects - 9 Stock Orchard Street, Islington, England PDF Print Email
Houses
Written by Camille Chami   
Sunday, 28 October 2007 06:00

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When architects design a project for their own use, they usually get the freedom to experiment and develop new ideas. They also get to convey their philosophies without the hurdles that are usually put there by the client.

The Straw House - is an unusual design by the Architects for their house and associated studio office located in Islington, North London, England.  What makes the building stand out is the use of a number of innovative technologies based around principles of sustainable design, many of which were being used in an urban context for the first time. These include a new system of walling incorporating straw-bales.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 December 2009 09:34
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