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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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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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My Modern House

IF_DO clients Steven Ackroyd and Laura Goulden discuss their home, Montague Court, with the Modern House

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For the peo­ple, by the peo­ple’

IF_DO's upcoming community centre in Enfield is featured in the Architects' Journal's review of five community projects

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St Teresa’s Sixth Form Centre in Architonic

"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."

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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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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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IF_DO’s first one-off house wins plan­ning per­mis­sion

IF_DO has received planning permission for its first new-build home – a beach house in Suffolk

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Writings on the Wall: Studio International re­view

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"

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