Updates

The Architectural Association of Ireland have published editions of the periodical 'Materials' online, click the link marked 'BOOK' to read Tony Fretton's Essay "The History of the New" that featured in issue 12

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Provocations 3: Letters to a Young Architect features
@T_Fretton and @PimlottMark.

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From Here; For Now

Nothing is Ordinary

Tony Fretton presents The Everyday of @t_fretton, explaining the observations behind his Instagram project.

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1:53:00 Tony Fretton - The Everyday of @t_fretton

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Tony Fretton and Mark Pimlott on ZOOM, hosted by the Manchester School of Architecture. Click LEARN MORE for the zoom link. Password is MSA2020

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Angelo Lunati in conversation with with Tony Fretton

27-Nov-2020 – 27-Nov-2020

Ideas of Ambiente: History and Bourgeois Ethics in the Construction of Modern Milan by Angelo Lunati (Park Books)

Angelo Lunati in conversation with Tony Fretton | Friday 27 November, 19:00 - 20:00, Zoom

How did Milan become a city of such importance both economically and artistically? Its rem...

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Tony Fretton has contributed to the latest issue of Domus under the editorship of David Chipperfield.

The magazine can be ordered online in digital format from the link below.

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This new edition of AMAG is a beautifully designed, 200 page, large format Monograph printed beautifully on quality paper, covering 14 of the latest and most important projects by Tony Fretton Architects. This is a trilingual edition, in English French and Portuguese. ISBN: 978-989-54620-9-4. Do ...

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CANTINE, a new café, designed by Tony Fretton Architects for Camden Arts Centre has opened. You can book a table via the link below to enjoy the new menu and the garden.

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A microsite that celebrates Tony Fretton Architects' innovative contribution to the development of workplace design over the last decade.

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Practice Statement, Company History

Tony Fretton Architects was founded in 1982 and is now headed by directors Tony Fretton and Jim McKinney. We are an award winning practice that has established an international reputation for architecture of original and intelligent design that gives long-term satisfaction in use and cultural benefits to its surroundings. We are consistently successful in realising works of contemporary architecture in complex and historically significant locations within British and European regulatory environments, while delivering sustainable, low energy design. Working at a European level our clients include the British Government, the Arts Council of England, European developers such as ING Real Estate, the Danish charitable foundation Realdania and significant private individuals. It is our aim to work at all scales, from modest buildings in our work for artists and community groups to large scale housing schemes and public buildings like the recently completed New British Embassy in Warsaw, or the Administrative Centre for Deinze in Belgium. The breadth of scale is reflected in a diversity of types of clients and end users of our projects. We enjoy forming and maintaining a creative dialogue with both private individuals, client committees and user groups. This ensures that the buildings we make have real resonance with the people that will use them. The success of our work led to our selection to represent the United Kingdom at the 2008 Venice International Architecture Biennale and the recent short-listing of the Fuglsang Kunstmuseum for the Stirling Prize Building of the Year 2009. Tony Fretton is an active writer and lecturer, and became Professor at the Technical University in Delft in the Netherlands in 1999, a role that brings critical and scientific knowledge to the practice. Brikhauser recently published a comprehensive monograph on the work of the practice: Buildings and their Teritories. 



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