IF_DO's upcoming community centre in Enfield is featured in the Architects' Journal's review of five community projects
"Schoolchildren have a greater chance of excelling in architecture that excels: Our latest survey of school projects from around the globe shows how it's done."
Thomas Bryans' essay, 'Holding onto our principles: why manifestoes matter', has been published in the latest edition of Architectural Design, edited by Laura Iloniemi
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
IF_DO has received planning permission for its first new-build home – a beach house in Suffolk
Our exhibition design for Writings on the Wall at the Waddington Custot Gallery has been reviewed by Studio International: "with their inspired selection and staging", IF_DO have brought "the era in which [the artists] emerged, vividly to life"
According to London's Evening Standard, IF_DO "really did pull a rabbit out of a hat" with our extension to Montague Court, a former synagogue in Hackney
IF_DO's restoration and extension of Little Horsecroft Cottage has been featured in AJ Specification