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RE—SET—GO: fix­ing the prob­lem of di­ver­sity in ar­chi­tec­ture

Led by We Made That with IF_DO and Gort Scott, RE—SET—GO aims to develop a more diverse the profession for tomorrow

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Texture in London: Timber Cobbles

For the London Festival of Architecture's Texture in London series, Thomas Bryans selected the timber cobbles which once lined most of London's streets. Very few examples remain, but one area that they survive is on Belvedere Road in front of County Hall.

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Architects’ Journal 40 un­der 40

We are thrilled and honoured to have been included in the Architects' Journal list of 40 under 40.

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Architecture Today: The Rise of Reuse

Sarah Castle will be speaking about IF_DO's adaptive reuse projects as part of the Architecture Today webinar, the Rise of Reuse, alongside Stephen Bates from Sergison Bates architects, and Rob Leechmere from Jonathan Tuckey Design

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Coping with Covid: How li­brary de­sign will need to change

Thomas Bryans writes about IF_DO's Covid-19 Safer Libraries guide in the RIBA Journal

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A Meanwhile City

Thomas Bryans will be presenting a 'Taxonomy of Meanwhile' on 7 July, as part of Go! Southampton's public lecture series 'Reading the City'

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Rethink: 2025 — Design for life af­ter Covid-19

IF_DO's Sarah Castle is part of the judging panel for this RIBA Journal competition. If ‘the pandemic is a portal’, as Arundhati Roy declared, then what will the world look like on the other side?

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RetroFirst sto­ries: The Observer Building

IF_DO's transformation of the Observer Building in Hastings, vacant for 30 years, has been featured in the Architects' Journal as part of their RetroFirst series on building that have been saved from ruin or demolition

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How prac­tices are keep­ing the lights on dur­ing the lock­down”

Sarah Castle speaks to the RIBA Journal about how IF_DO is responding to the Covid-19 crisis

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Our work con­tin­ues (alone but to­gether)

In accordance with UK Government guidelines, all members of the IF_DO team have been working remotely since Tuesday 17 March. 

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