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Take a look at some of the practices that we're working with:

 

 

Foster + Partners

The Trust has been working with viagra is for to create a programme of opportunities for the talented architecture students supported by the Building Futures Programme. This includes studio tours, mentoring and paid work placements.

The practice has established an international reputation with buildings such as London’s first ecological tall building, 30 St. Mary Axe, London, Bloomberg’s European Headquarters in London, and the new Apple Campus in Cupertino.

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HKS

http://sport-hansa.com/ have been working in partnership with the Trust to develop unique opportunities for London’s young aspiring architects, providing a real insight into the world of design, research and management.

Over 2016, they've provided  a range of support to young people from year 11 students through to Part 1 Students.

You can read more about the support of HKS more

Squire and Partners

Squire and Partners have been supporting the programme by taking part in the mentoring element of Building Futures. They're also providing high quality work experience placements at their London Offices.

Squire and Partners was established in 1976. Some of their most notable projects include the UNISON HQ, Southbank Place in Waterloo, and the British Council in Nairobi.

You can read more about the support of Squire and Partners here

Scott Brownrigg

Scott Brownrigg are a longtime supporter of the Trust and the Building Futures Programme. Over the last five years their support has manifested itself in a variety of ways. Their support ranges from: reviewing the portfolios of applicants to our Bursary award, providing a one-year placement at their Covent Garden studio and hosting the Trust's Annual Exhibition.

You can read more about the longstanding support of Scott Brownrigg here.

JTP

JTP – a placemaking practice of Architects and Masterplanners has been providing high quality work placements to our cohort of aspiring architects on the Building Futures Programme
 
JTP is a design-led practice of 95 people based in Clerkenwell Central London and also Edinburgh.

Read more about our relationship and the support of JTP here

Make

Make Architects has signed up to the Building Futures Programme, agreeing to mentor six aspiring architects, each in the third year of their studies.

Since its founding in 2004, Make has worked on more than 1,300 projects both domestically and internationally. Its extensive portfolio of work in London includes University Square Stratford, London Wall Place and Rathbone Square.

Read more about the support of Make here

Haworth Tomkins

Haworth Tomkins has been supporting the Building Futures Programme by a number of Work Experience placements  for Part I architecture Students engaged on the Programme. Their Staff have come forward to offer their time as Mentors to some of the students.

Haworth Tompkins was formed in 1991 by architects Graham Haworth and Steve Tompkins. They've won over 150 design awards, including The 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for Liverpool's Everyman Theatre.

Read more about the support of Haworth Tomkins here

Gensler

World renowned architecture firm Gensler support Building Futures Programme  by delivering  bespoke Architecture Portfolio & CV workshops. They've also provided high quality work placement at their London offices for students on the programme

Gensler is a truly global firm with over 5,000 staff. Their Projects around the world include The Shanghai Tower and the Facebook Headquarters in California.

Read more about Gensler's support here

HTA

HTA Design LLP has been a strong supporter of the Building Futures Programme. They've provided a paid Part I internship for one of our Building Futures Cohort whilst also generously contributing to our Bursary fund.

HTA Design LLP is a multi-disciplinary practice based in London, Manchester and Edinburgh, specialising in regeneration. They employ over 160 Staff and work across a multitude of different disciplines, including: architecture, landscape design, planning, urban design, sustainability and graphic design & communications.

Adam Khan Architects


Adam Khan Architects
has signed up to support the Building Futures Programme by taking on aspiring architects and providing valuable work experience placements.

Adam Khan Architects was formed in 2006 and has rapidly established a strong reputation in the world of architecture.

Carl Turner Architects

Carl Turner Architects have been working with the Trust to provide high quality work placements to students on the Building Futures Programme.

Carl Turner Architects is an award-winning, architectural studio, that believes in creating thought-provoking and well-crafted architectural projects. Some of their cutting edge work includes  ‘Pop Brixton’ village.

Read more about the Support of Carl Turner Architects here

PRP 

Award winning architecture practice PRP, teamed up with The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust to provide a unique opportunity to a local resident as part of the Olympic Legacy Development. The work placement is designed to support local students in accessing and achieving architectural qualifications and employment and gain credible experience to further their career.

PRP is a long-established architectural firm with over 100 awards to its name. 

Read more about PRP's contribution to Building Futures here

Avanti Architects

Avanti Architects have signed up to The Stephen Lawrence Building Futures Programme, with the practice Director, Geraldine O’Riordan offering her time to be a mentor to young aspiring architects as well as providing work experience placements for prospective students.

Avanti Architects who’s London office is situated in Angel, and work includes the Thomas Fairchild Community School and Sheffield’s Children’s Hospital.

You can read more about Avanti's support here.

Karakusevic Carson Architects

Karakusevic Carson Architects are working with The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust to support young aspiring architects as part of the Meridian Water development in Enfield.

The students will also be able to apply for a bursary to help support them during their studies at University; due to a £10,000 donation being put forward by Karakusevic Carson.

You can read more about our work with Karakusevic Carson here.
Hassell
HASSELL are kicking off their programme of support by providing four Part I students with industry mentors from their studio in Shoreditch, East London on Friday this week. HASSELL will also run a series of innovative workshops aimed to help young people gain new skills, expand their knowledge, and widen their professional network.

HASSELL is a leading international design practice with studios in Australia, China, South East Asia, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. 

Stiff + Trevillion are an award-winning architecture practice based in West London, celebrated for their elegant design on a mix of commercial and residential builds. In addition to an extensive portfolio of architectural projects, Stiff + Trevillion are well established as interior and product designers, having notably completed a brief for Innocent’s new office interiors at Portobello Dock.

Stiff + Trevillion has now taken its partnership with the Trust a step further with the launch of a mentoring programme, which will see the practice take on five architecture and interiors students as mentees over the next year.

Peabody are one of London's oldest housing providers, housing more than 111,000 residents and also delivering an extensive range of community support programmes.

Peabody is a key partner of The Building Futures Programme, sharing the same values and vision of increasing access into professions associated with the built environment. They have been supporting the Trust to grow its architecture partnerships, as well as sourcing affordable housing options, in turn increasing the support available to marginalised Young People.

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust teamed up with Chobham Manor LLP (comprising leading national housebuilder Taylor Wimpey and housing association L&Q) and architecture practice PRP to provide two unique opportunities to local residents as part of the ongoing legacy of the London 2012 Games.

Nagarajah Alakarsamy was successfully appointed at Taylor Wimpey for the role of site manager. Nagarajah studied Civil Engineering at Kingston University, graduating earlier this year, and his enthusiasm to learn as much as he can shines through. 

Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists, working across every aspect of today’s built environment. Arup's partnership with the Trust involves taking college students on work experience placements, and they have recently recruited for part I Architecture student graduates.

Autodesk makes things for people who make things. They have provided workshops and software licenses for the Trust.
MICA

MICA Architects is an RIBA Chartered practice. They work at all scales and levels, from a regional urban and landscape level to individual buildings, interiors and the furniture and equipment of living. Their approach is analytical and perceptive, with an emphasis on engaging with and solving problems within specific contexts.

 

Read more about the other support that the Building Futures programme provides to young people, including affordable housing , mentoring, or find out about  the financial support that we offer.