We have begun work on the next edition of our research zine, POBOX. Look for it in the autumn.
19 July 2019
Last week we were proud to sponsor the RIBA Pride Float and Brunch. The event, held at the RIBA HQ, invited the Albert Kennedy Trust to speak about their work and celebrated the LGBT+ community working in architecture.
12 July 2019
Orange Cottage is opening as part of the Lavenham Hidden Gardens on Sunday 9th June. This year Project Orange have been involved in organising the event and created the new design and logo.
29 May 2019
NHow London gears up for its opening with a media preview event and sample room launch. Look for its official opening in late summer.
08 May 2019
As part of their new Meet Up London 2019 networking event, where Hotel Design unveiled their 30 under 30 List of hotel designers (which included our own Josh Piddock) James presented a talk on the future of environmentalism in architecture.
02 April 2019
James and Dawa have spent the week in Guntur, India, inspecting progress on the sample room and public areas of the new hotel we have designed for ITC.
29 March 2019
Project Orange has amended a planning submission for a 12 unit Custom Build site in Ingoldisthorpe, rural Norfolk. The amended scheme responds to detailed feedback from the local planning authority following consultation, and expands on our previously developed design code to visualise how different the Custom Build site might look with varying purchaser choices.
08 March 2019
Our own Josh Piddock has made the shortlist for Hotel Designs' 30 under 30 Award, their search to find the industry’s next rising star. The winner will be announced on March 28th.
25 February 2019
Project Orange have just completed new drawings of Foundry Mews for a new government publication, coming soon
18 February 2019
Project Orange, alongside the rest of the design team working on the Moorings Social Club in Thamesmead, have undertaken a series of field trips to research how successful social clubs across the city function and are formed. Over the course of three days we visited numerous social clubs, artist studios and start up hubs; working under different governance structure, to gather as much in-person, face-to-face, research as possible. We spoke to the inhabitants and organisers and will be taking this knowledge back to Thamesmead.
12 February 2019