The Haydon, London

As a pivotal component of the Minories masterplan, The Haydon has revitalised a historic site in London's City, offering modern and luxury residential living with panoramic city views, while preserving the area's rich historical significance and urban fabric.

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Goetheplatz 1, Frankfurt

1st Prize - Competition Winner

“ACME is delighted to have convinced the competition jury with our entry. Our design celebrates Goetheplatz and will create a new sculptural civic building with a load-bearing vaulted stone façade in the heart of Frankfurt. Sustainability is at the centre of the client’s and future tenants’ requirements and ACME will achieve this by reusing materials and building in timber and stone, with the aim of developing a building with the lowest carbon footprint in Frankfurt.”

Friedrich Ludewig, Founding Director - ACME

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REWE Green Farming, Wiesbaden

2024 Civic Trust Award - Winner

Judges’ Comments:“The modular and sustainable supermarket architecture, coupled with the aquaponic rooftop farm, sets a new standard for the industry, aligning with the growing demand for responsible and community-oriented retail spaces.”

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Earls Court, London

The Earl's Court Development Company (ECDC) unveils initial visuals showcasing proposed new structures for the redevelopment of the former exhibition center in west London.

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Swansea Arena, Wales

Royal Society of Architects in Wales Award 2024 - Shortlisted

“Swansea Arena has become an iconic sight at a key gateway in and out of Swansea city centre both during daylight hours and after dark. This is testament to the quality of the building’s design, so it’s really encouraging that the arena has now been shortlisted for a major architectural award. Along with the Copr Bay bridge and coastal park, the arena has helped greatly improve links between the city centre and the maritime quarter and waterfront for pedestrians and cyclists, while also acting as a catalyst for further investment in our city."

Cllr Rob Stewart, Swansea Council Leader

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