RCKa

Architecture Firm London / United Kingdom

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RCKa is a London-based architectural practice founded in 2008 by Russell Curtis, Dieter Kleiner and Tim Riley. The practice was formed following a win the in Europan 9 international housing competition and has since grown to a studio of 12 people.
Finalist in the BD Young Archtiect of the Year Awards for two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) in 2014 RCKa was awarded the RIBA London Emerging Practice of the Year 2014 in recognition of the success of RIBA London Award winning The New Generation Youth Venue in Lewisham. The project went on to win an RIBA National Award.
As TNG demonstrates RCKa has an interest in community-centric design involving local people in all aspects of the design process to create architecture which is socially responsive, engaging and meaningful to those who use and experience it.
Recent projects range from a new home for the Open Eye photographic gallery on Liverpool’s historic waterfront, to a research facility in Hampshire for De La Rue, the world’s largest integrated commercial banknote printer.
The practice is currently working on a range of community, residential and commercial buildings for both private and public sector clients, including the development of a 6,500 sq m community hub in Norwich.
In London the practice is completing the refurbishment of Enfield Business Centreand has just been appointed as architects on the refurbishment of Highgate Newtown Community Centre.
RCKa
RCKa

RCKa is a London-based architectural practice founded in 2008 by Russell Curtis, Dieter Kleiner and Tim Riley. The practice was formed following a win the in Europan 9 international housing competition and has since grown to a studio of 12 people. Finalist in the BD Young Archtiect of the Year Awards for two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) in 2014 RCKa was awarded the RIBA London Emerging Practice of the Year 2014 in recognition of the success of RIBA London Award winning The New Generation...

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