Kindred featured in World Architecture News

Kindred - Studioshaw is a unique and original concept which aims to address the contemporary needs of Londoners. London is home to entrepreneurs and freelance workers and a young and inventive community. Kindred offers something new for this demographic, somewhere to work, meet others and crucially to engage with like minded others over a shared evening meal.

Planning permission granted at Station Road

Studioshaw has been granted planning permission for a house on a backland site in Walthamstow, north east London.

The 130m² single-storey house, approved by Waltham Forest’s planning committee, will be built on a site near Walthamstow Marshes.

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Mark is one of this years AJ bloggers

Introducing, in their own words, the AJ’s intrepid bloggers who will be keeping us up to date with all the goings on, business and otherwise, at MIPIM – the international property trade show in Cannes.

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Saving Dunelm House

Studioshaw took part in a design charrette organised by campaign group ‘Save Dunelm House’ to rethink the future of the building, which currently stands as the brutalist Students Union building at Durham University.

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Studioshaw featured in the AJ

We were recently featured by The Architectural Journal for our new practice. The article highlights our journey and our ambitions as well as much more.

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Studioshaw wins ideas contest for Dundee youth facility

Up-and-coming practice Studioshaw has won the Dundee Institute of Architects’ (DIA) ideas competition for a new facility for children and young people in Seabraes Yards.

The contest sought proposals for a new public space or building within the city’s AIM-masterplanned Seabraes Yards regeneration zone.

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