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AI Image Competition: Dorsa Hosseinkhani Shares Her Insights on Round 2

I am Dorsa Hosseinkhani, currently working at PLP as a Part II Architectural Assistant. I’ve come to the practice after completing my master’s degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, where my research focused on the use of AI and specifically “How to Write Correct Prompts”.

Part 2 Architectural Assistants & Qualified Architects

PLP is seeking talented, motivated, and enthusiastic Part 2 Architectural Assistants & qualified Architects to work in our London based studio. We have several exciting projects in the UK and internationally, requiring Part 2 assistants and qualified Architects with strong 2D and 3D skills to start asap. Required skills and experience: Previous experience working in … Read more

Tower Ten awarded ActiveScore Platinum Certification

Tower Ten, PLP’s latest addition to the World Trade Center in Amsterdam, has been awarded a Platinum ActiveScore. The building is quoted by the awarding body as offering ‘the highest quality and comfort in both the individual offices and communal areas’.

Meet: Deepthi – PLP’s Sustainability Coordinator

Hi, I’m Deepthi. I’m an Architect with a specialisation in Sustainable Design. My role at PLP is to help to inform early-stage design in the eyes of sustainability. It’s about ensuring that our buildings make a positive impact on users and on the environment at the same time. My work is very varied, I work on all different scales and different typologies of buildings. At the moment, a lot of my work is outside of London in Japan, South Korea and the Middle East.

Meet our Newest Team Member: Artificial Intelligence

The new “junior” in our studio resembles a recent graduate—skilled, equipped with the necessary tools, working remotely, and communicating exclusively via text-based chatrooms. Meet our latest team member: AI.

Westminster City Council Major Planning Committee Approves Designs for 27 Savile Row

In a landmark decision last night, Westminster City Council’s Major Planning Committee approved the transformative redevelopment of the former West End Central Police Station, located at 27 Savile Row. This project marks a significant milestone in the revitalisation of the Northern End of Savile Row, bringing new life and vitality to northern end of this historic street.

27 Savile Row, London, UK

27 Savile Row is a new development at the northern end of the London’s famed street for top-end tailoring. The building will become a new hub for the next generation of tailors, including affordable workspaces and a training academy for the London Academy of Bespoke. The design introduces 6,000 sqm of Grade A office space, a vibrant destination restaurant, and extensive public realm enhancements.

The Net-Zero Korean National Meteorological Center, Daejeon, Korea

The Korean National Meteorological Center is poised to become a landmark in sustainable architecture, representing Korea’s first net-zero government building. The new Center supports the National Meteorological Administration’s goal to be a leading positive influence against climate change.