ANISE WORKSHOP WINNER

Jack Carter Architects

On Wednesday 25 March 2020 it was announced via The Architect’s Journal that Jack Carter Architects had won our open call competition for the temporary redesign of Anise Workshop in Forest Hill.

Their submission was praised by all the judges for the spectacular facade that replicas the 19th century chapel building. Passing through the communal outside area, the interior was thoughtfully designed;

“Generally, all the entries were full of delightful ideas for collective working. Jack Carter’s seemed to be particularly charming, practical and realisable.” Piers Gough | CZWG Architects

Toro by Lucas Facer and Emma Tubbs was named runner-up, their sculptural oculus fascinating and intriguing the judges…

Huge thanks must go to our judges:

Piers Gough – CZWG Architects
Jerry Tate – Tate Harmer
Harriet Thorpe – WAllpaper*
Steve Webb – Webb Yates
Ben Johnson

AND FINALLY
The biggest thanks to everyone who entered the competition. It was an overwhelming response and we wish we could work with every one of you!