Design Boom (May 2015)
UPB’s Graveney School Sixth Form Block featured on Design Boom as a key project.
MARK Magazine (May 2015)
Dutch publication Mark Magazine features Graveney School in article ‘Creative Solutions Inspired By Limiting Factors’. The article also features an interview with UPB Director Alex Warnock-Smith.
CNN International (September 2014)
UPB’s ‘A Hard Working House’ featured in CNN’s article a ‘Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture’.
Architects Journal (January 2014)
‘Urban Projects Bureau unwraps Fitzrovia townhouse refurb’
Building Design Online (December 2013)
‘Urban Projects Bureau lands planning for sixth form’
“Urban Projects Bureau has won planning for a new sixth form study centre at Graveney School in south-west London. It is one of a series of proposals the practice has been working on for the Tooting academy which has a particular interest in architecture thanks to its technology and design tutor Neil Pinder, who is a trustee of the Stephen Lawrence Foundation”
Camden New Journal (July 2013)
UPB’s proposal for Kentish Town Square, with BBUK, featured in the Camden New Journal
Architects Journal (20 June 2013)
‘Forgotten Spaces London: Finalists Announced’. Presentation of the 26 finalists in the RIBA Forgotten Spaces Competition.
Architects Journal (11 March 2012)
‘Journeymen Architects’ review of the Ideas to Change British Architecture exhibition at the RIBA, by Merlin Fulcher.
“The self-critical analysis of architects’ global image by Public Works, Urban Projects Bureau and Owen Pritchard offers a stark comparison. Here a modest attempt to decode architects’ self-image as agents of world progress prompted a wider debate about the profession’s future. (Their) solution is to launch an open-charter think-tank which would ‘clarify, critique and act’ on issues impacting architects.”
Blueprint Magazine 320 (November 2012)
‘Take It Away’ review of the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, by Johnathon P Watts.
the Guardian (2 September 2012)
‘Key Players in British Architecture’ UPB included in Guardian portrait of ‘some of the most notable people in British
architecture’ at the Venice Architecture Biennale
Port Magazine (September 2012)
‘The British Pavilion, Venice Takeaway’ film with interviews and exhibition coverage at the British Pavilion in the Venice
Architecture Biennale. www. port-magazine.com/feature/the-british-pavilion-venice-takeaway
Architects’ Journal (16 August 2012)
‘The Image of the Architect: An Open Charter’ Venice biennale preview exclusive, with in-depth review of British
Pavilion, researchers, exhibitors and proposals, including original photos and exhibition material by UPB.
Design Boom (August 2012)
‘We need architect clients.’ Review of the forthcoming exhibition at the British Pavillion in the 13th Venice Architecture
Biennale, including original photos and exhibition material by UPB.
Building Design Magazine (BD) online (April 2012)
‘Urban Projects Bureau wins planning permission for Fitzrovia conversion.’ News article by Elizabeth Hopkirk.
Dezeen Magazine (March 2012)
‘British Council announce explorers for Venice Architecture Biennale.’ News article about exhibitors appointed for the Venice
Biennale British Pavillion.
Architects’ Journal (12 March 2012)
‘British Council announces Venice Takeaway Explorers.’ News article about exhibitors appointed for the British Pavilion at
the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale.
Icon Magazine 086 (August 2010 issue)
‘A fascinating volume of insights into the capital, from cottaging to control orders.’ Review of London +10.
Blueprint Magazine 292 (July 2010 issue)
‘The book is a manifesto of a unit exploring how architecture can occupy London’s political landscape’.London+10.