As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2019, Renato Benedetti gave a talk at BAFTA headquarters to give a more detailed and exclusive look at the comprehensive expansion and improvements to BAFTA’s Grade II listed building.
Benedetti Architects are delighted to announce that our BAFTA scheme has been shortlisted for the New London Awards 2019 in the Culture category.
The awards honour the capital’s very best architecture, planning and development and gives recognition to the impact the projects have on their surroundings and to London as a whole, as well as their architectural quality.
See the shortlist here
Renato Benedetti presented the BAFTA scheme to the BAFTA Annual General Meeting on Monday 03 June 2019.
Benedetti Architects have signed the Architects Declare along with other renowned architectural practices calling for a shift in behaviour over climate change and take action over to prevent biodiversity loss.
The announcement of the winner of RIBA’s International Competition, The Wall of Answered Prayers – A National Landmark of Hope took place in the Houses of Parliament on Thursday 23 May 2019. The winning architectural practice, Snug Architects was announced as the winner with Renato Benedetti as Chair of Judges for RIBA.
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Renato Benedetti (Chair of Judges for RIBA), Sally Bundock (BBC News presenter of The Briefing), Paul Bulkeley (Snug Architects), Richard Gamble (Client)
Benedetti Architects participated in the Architecture for Schools programme for 2019, with partnership with the Open City.
The aim of the programme is to inspire the next generation of city-shapers and to encourage creativity among key stage two primary school children. See more about the programme here
Benedetti Architects are taking part in the London Festival of Architecture in June 2019 and will be offering an exclusive look at the comprehensive expansion and improvements to BAFTA’s Grade II listed building.
Join Renato Benedetti as he talks through the five year journey that will transform BAFTA’s national identity. More details can be found here
Manor Place Terrace in Kennington scheme has been selected to be part of the NLA’s research publication and upcoming exhibition, Public Housing: a London Renaissance. The exhibition will be at the NLA from Thursday 16 May 2019 and Thursday 18 July 2019.
This exhibition shows how London boroughs are working to deliver high-quality, pleasant and affordable homes on estates, smaller sites and large-scale areas of regeneration across London, to create places that can also support the sustainable growth of the capital.
The Wall of Answered Prayer – a National Landmark of Hope, the RIBA competition winner has been decided. Renato Benedetti joined as chair of the judging panel to establish the winning design. The winner will be announced in the Houses of Parliament on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Keep up to date with the design and related information here