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David Wild London : Architecture Information
Contemporary English Architecture Practice, UK Design Studio based in Camden
post updated 2 May 2021
David Wild Architect – Key Projects
42 & 44 Rochester Place, Camden, North London, England, UK
Dates built: 1989; 1994
House photo © Adrian Welch
Private houses, No. 44 completed in 1989 as David Wild’s home. This residential project was self-built.
Cypher House, Anson Road, N7, North London, England
Date built: 2009
This property was commissioned by Christopher Phillips and Manou Shama-Levy in 2003.
Consulting Engineer: Jane Wernick of Jane Wernick Associates
The overall form of Cypher House was dictated by the site: a plot, approximately 15 x 15 metres, the sum of two parcels of land at the rear of 65-66 Anson Road, each housing a garage on a plinth of made-up ground: the gardens being some 2 metres below pavement level. A dark blue semi-engineering brick is used throughout, with a 220mm external skin in english bond for the front facade.
More architecture projects by architect David Wild online soon
Location: London, south east England, UK
David Wild Architect Practice Information
David Wild is an architect / writer
Portsmouth School of Architecture, England, UK
Architectural Association, London, England, UK
David is an architect and writer. After his architectural studies he worked for several architecture practices before starting independent practice, teaching, and writing.
He entered politics during the Vietnam war. He designed and edited the outside-left architectural magazine ARse (1969–72), and designed the first Big Red Diary (1974).
His architecture practice has concentrated on domestic buildings. He has written many critiques and reviews for the British architectural press (especially Architecture Today and Architects’ Journal) and is the author of Fragments of utopia and Jazzpaths.
Camden Highline Design Competition Shortlist
Camden Highline Competition Shortlist
Camden Highline Crowdfunding Campaign
Sadiq Khan joins over 250 local residents, community groups and businesses that have pledged support for the project which would transform a 0.8km disused railway line in Camden into a new public park and garden walk.
photo : FRENCH+TYE
Camden Highline Proposal
London Architectural Designs
London Architecture Designs – chronological list
London Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
60 Aldgate, Minories, City of London
Design: ACME, Architects
image courtesy of architects practice
60 Aldgate Building News
The Minories Masterplan is a mixed-use scheme with a refurbished hotel, a new office building and a residential building. The scheme also includes a landscaped park around the residential building and a number of urban squares with landscaping and seating areas.
The Stage Curtain Playhouse in Shoreditch, East London
image courtesy of architects
The Stage Curtain Playhouse
Planning consent has been given to the visitor centre at The Stage to exhibit the excavated remains of the Curtain Playhouse to the public. Visitors will be standing on a glass platform above the stage on which Shakespeare once acted and where productions of Romeo & Juliet and Henry V were staged.
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