LondonOn Awarded Commendation for Circular Block Competition

We are delighted that members of LondonOn have been awarded a commendation for international competition ‘Circular Block - Reinventing the Mikrorayan’ which will be featured as part of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale.

The Circular Block competition explores architecture’s capacity to creatively convert waste to energy and materials through a circular economy. Through the design of an urban unit that operates as a circular system in its resources and economy protocols, the aim of Circular Block is to define new productive and socially cohesive urban models that question the traditional consumption and production systems in cities.

This follows our group being named as Winners in the LAX Laksevåg Masterplan urban design competition in Bergen, and they are currently shortlisted for the Grønlikaia Waterfront competition in Oslo. We have found these collaborations to be enriching and offer new perspectives on what it is to be involved in a large project.

Our proposal for Circular Block was designed in collaboration with:

Neighbourhood, Morris + Company, Haptic Architects, Mae, Elliott Wood, Skelly & Couch, Gort Scott