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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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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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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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IF_DO x Spiritland at Kingdom Festival

We are excited to have joined forces with Spiritland to create a unique space to experience music for the three-day Kingdom Festival at Belvoir Castle this July

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The Observer Building

IF_DO has been appointed for the £4 million transformation of the Observer Building in Hastings to create a new mixed-use community facility

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Lucian Freud: The Self-portraits now open

IF_DO's latest exhibition design for the Royal Academy of Arts, Lucian Freud: The Self-portraits, is now open and runs until 26 January 2020

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The Identity of the Architect’

Thomas Bryans' essay, 'Holding onto our principles: why manifestoes matter', has been published in the latest edition of Architectural Design, edited by Laura Iloniemi

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100 Architects of the Year 2019’

IF_DO has been invited by the RIBA to participate in the exhibition ‘100 Architects of the Year 2019’ in Seoul, South Korea

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Citizen Magazine

Read Thomas Bryans' essay, 'Lonely Cities: How can design help to solve the current social health crisis and make our fragmented communities more cohesive?' in the inaugural issue of Citizen Magazine

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