“Circular London: Building a renewable city” report launch

We’re proud to have contributed The Technology Services Room, designed for The AELTC to NLA london’s newly launched report ‘Circular London: Building a renewable city’. Download it here. The Technology Services Room is a flexible, sustainable hi-tech workspace, home to IT Services for The Championships during the Wimbledon Fortnight. Embodied carbon is reduced by using … Continued

Wimbledon 2023
Spring Media Briefing

Wimbledon 2023 Spring Media Conference broadcast from our very own Media Theatre – skip to 45 seconds in to get a taste. The Media Pavilion will be used for nearly 1500 player interviews during the 2023 Wimbledon Fortnight. The briefing also includes updates on some of our other projects for The AELTC.

AELTC Future Investment Plans

AELTC Future Investment Plans outlined on wimbledon.com, including several designs by Langstaff Day Architects: “Media Pavilion Player interviews for this year will take place in a new purpose-built facility, the Media Pavilion, which sits atop the Broadcast Centre. The centrepiece of the facility is the Media Theatre, which seats more than 100, and features an … Continued

Housing and density

The third of this year’s Planning School looked at the always relevant subject of housing – if we need to house more people, surely the city needs to become more dense and therefore taller? Joanna Day listened to Claire Bennie and Lorraine Hughes. There is, according to Claire Bennie, a lot of ‘fake news’ about density. … Continued

From Riots to Recovery

On 14 October, The London Society organised a walk around Brixton with Blue Badge Guide Angela Morgan. Joanna Day reports.Brixton is in the eye of the beholder. The area contains so many historical and cultural layers that I feel as though I arrive at the end of the Victoria Line and see the area through predetermined … Continued


The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has announced the six teams vying to transform a disused space beneath the Silvertown Flyover into a creative workspaceThe finalists – Architecture For London, Paris-based B+C Architectes, John McAslan + Partners with Pedder & Scampton Architects, Langstaff Day with Meanwhile Space, Surman Weston, and you&me architecture – were chosen … Continued