We need more women in architecture if we are to address our profession’s huge challenges, writes Sally Mackereth. https://www.bdonline.co.uk/opinion/to-design-for-a-better-world-we-must-have-more-women-architects/5122405.article# Link to PDF To design for a better world_Opinion_Building Design
Sally talks to the Design Museum about the inspirational legacy of Charlotte Perriand whose pioneering designs continue to shape our world. The exhibition opens on Saturday 19th June 2021. https://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/charlotte-perriand-the-modern-life#
November 12, 2020
Sally’s House in King’s cross is featured in the latest instalment of The Modern House films series (@themodernhouse) where they describe a playful world of mystery, discovery and fun in the former Victorian stable. @themodernhouse / images © Jim Stephenson + Edward Bishop https://www.themodernhouse.com/journal/story-book-inspired-house-sally-mackereth/
Oscar Ring designed by Sally Mackereth is on display at Colart gallery in West London as part of the “Loved by” series showcasing works by divers groups of creatives from around the world. https://www.colart.com/en/loved-by/
We are 5 years old. So proud of the team and our achievements. We have some wonderful and exciting design project in the pipeline. Thanks to all the courageous and supportive clients and collaborators over the years.
Sally talks to The Modern House about the lighthouse, her magical holiday home in Norfolk. Discussing the inspiration behind it, what it is like living there and creating memories and traditions. https://www.themodernhouse.com/ journal/living-in-a-lighthouse-norfolk-sally-mackereth/
“Architecture is a profession that is about precision and it is about engineering but it is also about pace and procession, timing and poetry – so it is the fusion of two extremes.” Sally talked to Colart about her creative process, the importance of hand sketching and her love of bringing conflicting, unorthodox materials together. …
South Stables, our recently completed project at King’s Cross, has been shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards, in the Houses over £500,000 category. The shortlist can be found at: https://retrofit.architectsjournal.co.uk/shortlist-2018
South Stables has been shortlisted for the New London Awards, in the Conservation & Retrofit category. The shortlist can be found at: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/whats-on/new-london-awards/new-london-awards/awards-2018-shortlist/categories/conservation-retrofit
Work has begun on-site for our new gallery and apartment building in Mayfair, London. With the demolition of the existing building nearing completion, the underpinning sequence for the new subterranean gallery levels is already underway. The building is scheduled for completion in 2020.
Tucked away in the quiet back streets of Marylebone, this Victorian mews is undergoing a full refurbishment with the addition of a new roof extension. To maximise the available space for storage, a new pivoting staircase element has been designed with counterweights concealing bicycle storage within.
We have been commissioned to make a table out of ancient petrified wood for the Artist Studios in Chelsea, our project which is currently on site and due for completion early next year. We traveled to Croatia to carefully select this precious material and to ensure that every step of the process is well-considered. …
We are thrilled to have been appointed to design a new mixed-use contemporary art gallery and residential building in the heart of Mayfair, London.
Neolithic once again graced the stage this time at The Coronation Cup polo at Windsor Park the oldest team sport in history. The bar made from 8000 year old oak was a focal feature at this prestigious event sponsored by our collaborators at Royal Salute with HRH Prince Charles in attendance.
Invited by Tom Dixon, Sally gave a talk about designing and making Neolithic, a 21st Century Bar made from 8000 year old oak at ‘Tomorrow’s World’ event at Multiplex.
We are thrilled to announce that The Mellier building on Albemarle Street, Mayfair is awarded the Residential Development Interior of the year.
Great to get a double page spread in The October issue of Elle Decoration directory of architects and interior designers.
December 19, 2014
The first stage of the King’s Cross development is now almost complete and we have moved into our brand new offices. Our new address is: 7b St Pancras Way, London, NW1 0PB.
Work on site is now progressing, the roof is being replaced and the internal fit out is well underway.
Strip out and demolitions have commenced and excavations are underway at the Artist Studios on Tite Street. We are on schedule to complete early next year.
February 21, 2014
Work has now started on site at the house and studio development at King’s Cross. It’s great to see it finally being stripped out and taken back to the original black and white painted brick walls which has revealed cast iron brackets where the stall dividers would have been when it was formerly used as …