Cass practices included in the London Mayor's Architecture Panel
Practices led by Cass tutors and alumni are included in the London Mayor's £35 million Architecture and Urbanism framework.
Date: 3 May 2018
Five practices with close links to the Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design are included in Sadiq Khan’s new Architecture and Urbanism Panel
Set up to advise the London’s public sector on how to deliver the best quality work, the panel will help support the Mayor’s regeneration programmes and will run up until April 2022. The aim is to encourage fresh thinking for design and building projects in London.
As a pre-approved panel of built environment consultants, the panel will make it quicker and easier for organisations like councils and housing associations to commission high quality consultants for certain types of project.
The five practices are:
- Studio Weave and HAT - Practices established by Alumni of the Professional Diploma in Architecture RIBA part 2 (now Architecture RIBA 2 MArch) – Engagement, Local Reservation and Design Advice
- MAE -Tutors on Unit 5 Professional Diploma in Architecture – Architecture Housing and Mixed-use
- What if - Tutors on Studio 8 BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA part 1) – Engagement, Local Regeneration and Design Advice
- Carver Haggard - Studio tutors presently on sabbatical – Engagement, Local Regeneration and Design Advice
Read more information about the panel.