22 Bishopsgate, PLP’s health and wellbeing-centred office building in the heart of the City of London, has been named as the Regional Winner for the LABC Building Excellence Awards 2023, in the category of ‘Best Non-Residential New Build’.
In a new video of Arbor, in London’s Bankside Yards, Midori Ainoura talks through some of the key ideas behind her design for the building. Alongside her, PLP’s Lee Polisano, Native Land’s Alasdair Nicholls, Jay Squier and Felicity Masefield, and Smart Spaces’ Dan Drogman, all explain what makes Arbor such an incredible workplace.
PLP’s Veanna Chan sat down with Property Week to discuss her journey through the industry, what she’s working on at the moment, and some of her career highlights.
Lee Polisano, Founding Partner and President of PLP Architecture, sat down with Singapore’s Design and Architecture magazine to share his insights on the integration of sustainable features, urban biodiversity and advancements in digital technologies.
Design magazine Wallpaper* features the news that 22 Bishopsgate’s viewing gallery will soon be opening to the public.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has signed a pre-development hotel management agreement with Samson House Ltd. (SHL), creating the opportunity for a new PLP Architecture-designed luxury hotel and branded residences at Bankside Yards on London’s South Bank.
65 Davies Street is almost fully pre-let as Grosvenor secure two more tenants, showcasing a high demand for London’s highest quality and most sustainable workplaces.
We are proud to present an in-depth look at Arbor, the inaugural building in PLP Architecture and Native Land’s Bankside Yard, the completion of which marks the establishment of London’s newest cultural neighbourhood and the UK’s first major fossil fuel-free mixed-use development.
‘Ephemeral’ has won the People’s Choice award in Eureka! at the London Design Biennale in Somerset House.
“I would say that periods of economic uncertainty are great for architecture. It makes people more willing to explore new ideas. For those of us in the creative industries it allows us to explore opportunities and maybe different types of spaces and to focus not just on making new buildings but how to add to and adapt existing structures. It gives you time to explore different types of materials. It’s a great time to explore and innovate.”