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David Morley Architects Exhibition

2 Oct 2012

FIVE by 5 : David Morley Architects, London, England

David Morley Architects Exhibition
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20 Sep – 23 Oct 2012
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue: Florence Hall, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
Free admission

Celebrating 25 years and marking the publication of David Morley Architects’ new book ‘Five by 5’, this retrospective exhibition brings together a diverse range of projects from the past quarter of a century.

Building details:
David Morley Architects building design
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Inspired by creating clear lines of communication between architect, design and the public, ‘Five by Five’ refers to a signal that has excellent strength and perfect clarity – the most understandable signal possible.

It features drawings and models of recent works grouped according to five principles: evolution and revolution, natural consequences, 5-D geometry, tuning in and integration.

Velvet Mills, Bradford, northern England, UK:
Velvet Mills Bradford
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Works on show include the London 2012 Water Polo Arena, Lord’s Cricket Ground and the Regent’s Park Hub, as well as a range of other key educational, residential and commercial buildings completed for high-profile clients such as Argent, Grosvenor and Urban Splash.

The Hurlingham Club, Outdoor Pool, London, England, UK
The Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool London
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The Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool – 30 Jun 2012
RIBA Awards 2012 Winner
The Outdoor Pool was commissioned to replace a pool complex started 80 years ago, now dilapidated but still much-loved by its members.
The new changing room building is larger than the original and adopts an elongated tear shape; it has long horizontal proportions, blue painted clap-board walls with white doors and pool accessories such as the large clock and life-saving rings.
This reinterpretation of a traditional lido building is however given additional interest by the new roof which is made up of a series of elegant metal clad vaults which float at a constant height above clerestorey glazing.

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Key Projects by David Morley Architects

Buildings by David Morley Architects, alphabetical:

Brunel University – Uxbridge Campus: Sports Hall + Indoor Athletic Centre, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, London
Date built: 2006

ECB National Cricket Academy, Loughborough University, England

English Institute of Sport, University of Bath, England

Lee Valley Athletics Centre, east London
Date built: 2007

London 2012 Water Polo arena, east London
London Water Polo arena

MCC Indoor Cricket School, Lords Cricket Ground, northwest London
Date built: 1993

Talacre Community Sports Centre, Camden, north London
Date built: 2003

Velvet Mill apartments – proposal, Bradford, England

More architectural projects by David Morley Architects online soon

Location: London, south east England, UK

London Architects Practice Information

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London Architecture Designs

Guy’s and St Thomas’ East Wing Re-Cladding Competition – shortlisted
David Morley Architects / Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Re-Cladding Competition

British Architecture

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60 Aldgate, Minories, City of London
Design: ACME, Architects
60 Aldgate, Minories London Masterplan
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60 Aldgate Building News

The Stage Curtain Playhouse in Shoreditch, East London
Architects: Perkins&Will
The Stage Curtain Playhouse East London architecture news
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The Stage Curtain Playhouse

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