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JONATHAN WOOLF | SERGISON BATES


JONATHAN WOOLF | SERGISON BATES


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SERGISON BATES COVER HOUSE CADAQUÉS sergison bates © David Grandorge JONATHAN WOOLF COVER LOST VILLA jonathan woolf © David Grandorge

HOUSE AT OLD CHURCH STREET area 162 s.q.m. work team images page 048 to 055 © Jonathan Woolf ARCHITECT

URBAN HOUSING area 2700 s.q.m. work team images page 104 to 109 © David Grandorge

BRICK LEAF HOUSE area 1000 s.q.m. work team images page 056 to 063 © XXXX

URBAN HOUSING AND CRECHE area 3188 s.q.m. work team images page 110, 114, 116 and 117 © Joel Tettamanti page 112 © Alain Grandchamp SUBURBAN HOUSING area 1420 s.q.m. work team images page 120 to 129 © Kristien Daem

INDEX IMAGE HOUSE 101 jonathan woolf page 001 © Jonathan Woolf ARCHITECT

SERGISON BATES Sergison Bates Architects Profile page 060 © Hélène Binet

Jonathan Woolf Architect Profile © Jonathan Woolf ARCHITECT

SUBURBAN HOUSING area 168 s.q.m. work team images page 062 to 071 © Hélène Binet

LIONS ROOMS area 370 s.q.m. work team images page 018 to 023 © Jonathan Woolf ARCHITECT

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT area 4200 s.q.m. work team images page 072 to 081 © Hélène Binet

PAINTED HOUSE area 700 s.q.m. work team images page 024, 030 and 031 © Hélène Binet page 026 and 028 © David Grandorge

URBAN HOUSING area 325 s.q.m. work team images page 082 to 089 © David Grandorge

JONATHAN WOOLF

HOUSE 101 area 85 s.q.m. work team images page 032 to 037 © Jonathan Woolf ARCHITECT LOST VILLA area 1370 s.q.m. work team images page 038 to 047 © David Grandorge

STUDIO HOUSE area 208 s.q.m. work team images page 090 to 095 © Ioana Marinescu SELF BUILD HOUSING area 500 s.q.m. work team images page 096 to 103 © David Grandorge

HOUSE CADAQUÉS area 192 s.q.m. work team images page 130, 134, 136, 138 to 141 © Lorenzo Kárász page 132, 133, 137 and 143 © David Grandorge HOUSE TICINO area 160 s.q.m. work team images page 144 to 153 © Hélène Binet URBAN HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SPACE area 4000s.q.m. work team images page 144 to 149 and 153 to 155 © Stefan Müller page 150 and 151 © Karoline Mayer CARE HOME area 10825 s.q.m. work team images page 166 to 171 © Segison Bates Architects TOWER HOUSE area 363 s.q.m. work team images page 172 to 175 © Segison Bates Architects


jonathan woolf architects 1. Jonathan Woolf Jonathan Woolf architects is an award winning international architectural practice, established in 1991 and working throughout Europe and Africa. Its work ranges from private houses and apartment buildings through to arts, educational, commercial buildings and interiors. In constructing beautiful environments we believe in the vitality of the relationship of tradition to innovation. Jonathan Woolf began his practice in 1990 with the widely published Ijaz apartment and at the same time winning two international design competitions, one for urban redevelopment in Dublin and the other for office furniture systems for the next century. These set out the basis for a substantial body of over 35 completed projects to date including houses, artist and photographers studios, offices, apartments and hotels. The practice has full Professional Indemnity insurance and is a member of both the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Architects Registration Board.

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Collaborative Work | The practice has collaborated with designer Bharat Patel on several commercial and private residential projects. France | The practice have since 1995 a working partnership with Paris based practice Barthelemy Grino Architects with a substantial portfolio of projects from large scale housing to public libraries , sports buildings as well as retail developments for fashion house Louis Vuitton. Kenya | The practice has been working on private work in kenya since 2008, with two projects on site which are due to complete by 2014. JWA are currently working on a public building project with ARUP together with engineers, surveyors and landscapers based in Nairobi City.

sergison bates architects 2. Jonathan Sergison Jonathan Sergison graduated from the Architectural Association in 1989 and gained professional experience working for David Chipperfield and Tony Fretton. In 1996 he established Sergison Bates architects in London with Stephen Bates. The practice works at different scales and their projects range from urban planning to public buildings and housing. Several of their projects have received awards and the practice's work has won international recognition with the Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal and the Erich Schelling Medal for Architecture in 2006. Their work was shown at the British Pavilion at the 2008 Venice Biennale, and in 2012 they were invited to curate an exhibition on social housing, 'Feeling at home', as part of the 2012 edition. In 2010 the practice opened a studio in Zurich. Jonathan Sergison has taught at a number of schools of architecture, including the Architectural .......................................... Association in London, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, the École Polytechnique Fédérale (EPFL) in Lausanne, the International University of Catalunya (ESARQ) in Barcelona and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. He is currently Professor of Architectural Design at the Accademia di Architettura at Mendrisio, Switzerland. In addition to his academic commitments, he lectures widely, has served on a number of prestigious international juries, and writes regularly on architecture. 3. Stephen Bates Having graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1989 and gained professional experience in London and Barcelona, he established Sergison Bates architects in 1996 with Jonathan Sergison. Based in the London office he is jointly responsible for the creative direction of the practice and closely involved in the development of all projects from inception to completion. He has taught at a number of schools of architecture, including the Architectural Association in London, was Visiting Professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne (EPFL), the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura (ESARQ) and the Universidad Internacional de Catalunya (UIC/ETSAB) in Barcelona, the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Since 2009 he has been Professor of Urbanism and Housing at the Technische Universität in Munich. Through the development of numerous projects and his teaching role at TU Munich, he has explored the practical and theoretical aspects of city-making and domesticity and written extensively on the various issued connected with the relationship between the two scales. He has been a member of various Design Review Panels in London and has served on many international architectural competition juries, including the Iberian ..................................... Premis FAD, the Stirling Prize in the UK and the Belgian Prize for Architecture .... 4. Mark Tuff Based in the London office, Mark oversees the management of the practice, supervising the work of project architects and providing guidance on technical design and project procedure. Mark contributes to the creative direction of the practice, and through his close involvement in the development of a wide range of projects from inception to completion he has explored the practical and theoretical aspects of construction in great depth. He graduated from the University of East London and worked for Feilden Clegg before joining Sergison Bates architects in 1996. He has been guest critic and lecturer at numerous schools of architecture in the UK and abroad, including Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH, Zurich and the Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa. From 2011 to 2014 he ran a design studio at the University of Cambridge with Jonathan Hendry....

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