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CZWG Architects News

6 Feb 2018
House for Janet Street-Porter, London, England

The 1980s London townhouse designed by architect Piers Gough for television presenter Janet Street-Porter is awarded Grade II-listed status.

19 Mar 2012
Southampton Arts Complex, England, UK
Design: various architects
Southampton Arts Complex design by CZWG Architects
image © CZWG Architects
Southampton Arts Complex
Plans to turn the former Tyrrell & Green department store site in Southampton into a new arts complex with commercial and residential units have received a major boost.

9 Nov 2011
Maggie’s Nottingham Building, central England, UK
Maggies Nottingham design by CZWG Architects
photo : Martine Hamilton Knight
Maggies Nottingham
Maggie’s Nottingham serves the Mid Trent Cancer Network and is situated next to the Breast Institute at Nottingham City Hospital. The Mid Trent Cancer Network covers the populations of Nottingham, North Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire – approximately 1.3 million people. Within this area, there are over 4,000 new cases of cancer a year.

CZWG – Key Projects

Recent / Current Projects by CZWG Architects, alphabetical:

‘Bling Bling’ building – PSDA Building No.9, Hanover St, Liverpool, UK
2007
Bling Bling Building design by CZWG Architects
picture © Adrian Welch
Bling Bling building

Building A4, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, Scotland
1998-2001
Private: Miller offices
CZWG Architects
CZWG building image © AW
Building A4 Edinburgh Park : Scottish office building

Canada Water Library, off Surrey Quays Road, Rotherhithe, southeast London

Cascades Apartment Tower
Cascades, 2-4 West Ferry Rd, Canary Wharf / Heron Quays, Isle of Dogs, Tower Hamlets, east London
1986-87
£19m, 20 storeys, 164 flats

China Wharf housing
China Wharf – apartments, Mill St, Bermondsey, southeast London
1988
£2.5m
Key London example of Post-modern architecture – colourful reinterpretation of traditional Thames wharf buildings

The Circle (Quadrant) housing
The Circle, Queen Elizabeth St, Bermondsey, southeast London
1987-89
£32m
Blue-tiled apartments with owl-like parapets form circus in dense neighbourhood

City House, Britton St, Smithfield, City of London
1986-88
CZWG Architects
Post-modern corner building
Orig. for Janet Street-Porter

Cochrane House, Glasgow, Scotland
CZWG Architecture, Piers Gough
Cochrane Square: image from CZWG Architects
Cochrane Square Glasgow building

53 Fortune Green Road – 50 flats, opposite Ingham Rd, northwest London
2009
53 Fortune Green Road Fortune Green Housing design by CZWG Architects
building photos © Nick Weall

Fulham Island development, Fulham Rd / North End Rd, southwest London
Date built: 2004
£10.5m: patterned colourful facades, plenty of curves

Hornsey Street Social Housing, Holloway, north London
Dates built: 2004-07
Hornsey Street Social Housing
photo © AJW
Hornsey Street Social Housing

Lough Road Housing – Ashburton Grove (Arsenal), north London
EG2 + EG3, Hornsey Street / Eden Grove, Holloway, north London
Dates built: 2004-07
Holloway Road flats design by CZWG Architects
photo © Adrian Welchh

Maggies Nottingham, England, UK
Date built: 2010
Maggies Centre Nottingham
image © Maggie’s Centres
Maggies Nottingham

65 Hopton Street, Bankside, Southwark, London
Date built: 2006
65 Hopton Street
photos © Nick Weall
65 Hopton Street

Vanston Place, Fulham, London
Date built: 2010-
Vanston Place
image from architect
Vanston Place

Westbourne Grove Public Lavatories, Westbourne Grove, west London
Date built: 1993
Westbourne Grove building
photo © AW
Westbourne Grove building
The distinctive public toilet and florist building on ‘Turquoise Island’ was designed by Piers Gough of CZWG. The programme is inspirational – flower shop + toilets – a lovely, functional intent for a slim triangle of public space. In 1993, horrified at the thought of a ‘Portaloo’ on their local traffic island, the residents of Westbourne Grove commissioned architect Piers Gough to design something more elegant. The result was Turquoise Island. At one end are the lavatories, a landmark for cabbies and tourists alike, while the other end is host to the flower shop.
incl. Florists + attendant’s kiosks – adding life + security
£190k
Life-affirming: the best of what Postmodernism tried to deliver ie colour, fun and a break away from following the International Style masters. Along with CZWG’s China Wharf the injection of colour was welcome. What happened to CZWG after these inspirational projects? well since I wrote this they have come back into form with intriguing Maggie’s Nottingham and the beguiling Bling Bling building in Liverpool.

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