We are opening the doors to our Clerkenwell studio for Friday evening apertivo on our sunny terrace. Come and meet the team over an Aperol Spritz and take in views of the city from our penthouse duplex studio. Here’s your chance to find about our recent projects in the local area, including Connock & Lockie tailors, and the Eleventh Church as well as projects further afield like our new pedestrian bridge in Terni, Italy, or the transformation of BAFTA’s headquarters on Piccadilly. See the more details on the London Festival of Architecture website.
Join us on a tour around Connock & Lockie. To see the backstage of the tailor’s shop visit our recently finished project on Lamb’s Conduit Street on the 17th of September. Visit Open City Website to stay up to date.
11th Church of Christ on St Chads Street is opening their doors on the 16th and 17th of September. Benedetti architects are excited to give a tour around their recently finished building. Visit Open City Website to stay up to date.
We are pleased to announce that the Terni Bridge was shortlisted for the London Design Capital exhibition to represent the skills in architectural design exported to European cities.
The exhibition will be open to public from Wednesday 17th May until 7th July 2017.
A footbridge in Italian Umbria will be forming a part of the NLA International Dialogues programe. Follow the link for more details.
Benedetti Architects are pleased to announce that BAFTA Headquarters on Piccadilly has successfully been granted full planning permission and Listed Building Consent.Read more
The Westminster Council has approved the expansion which includes the restoration and raised reintegration of two large historic rooflight spaces and hidden for over 40 years decorative plasterwork.
Facilities include: cinema theatres, banqueting hall, multipurpose event/exhibition spaces, members’ bar, restaurant and club, meeting rooms, administration and staff offices.
The proposals enhance BAFTA’s identity as an international centre of excellence for motion picture arts, and balance members’ needs with extra revenue generation to ensure long-term financial sustainability for the charity.