Val d’Europe is a city created thirty years ago as a suburb of Paris. The book traces the idea of the Masterplan and its buildings, which includes our housing project in the Parkside Quarter of the new city.
This edition of The Classicist includes an article about our Award Winning Residential building in the classical style in Mayfair, London.
Alireza’s book explores the global resurgence of Traditional Architecture. Published by Rizzoli titled Contemporary Classical Architects Timeless Architecture for the Twenty-First Century, has a Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales and a Preface by Leon Krier.
New Palladians showcases the latest architectural and urban design projects from forty eight of the most outstanding classical architects in the world today. This book published by Rizzoli has a Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales.
Bringing together leading writers and practicing architects, this volume published by Routledge provides a kaleidoscopic, multi-layered exploration of the Architectural Capriccio. Edited by Lucien Steil; Foreword by Michael Graves and an Introduction by Alireza Sagharchi.
Durability in Construction: Tradition and Sustainability in 21st Century Architecture. Papadakis (2015)
This book gathers the thoughts, experiences and examples of finished work and projects under construction by contemporary traditional architects who promote time-honoured notions of durability in their buildings. Edited by Richard Economakis; Foreword by Léon Krier.
The Prince of Wales has opened a ‘Rural Training Centre’ in Romania.
Stanhope Gate Architecture and Manhattan based Interior Designers Haynes-Roberts have collaborated on complete renovation and substantial extension of an incredible Grade II listed London Mansion that forms part of the Crown Estate.
This project which exemplifies our approach is a new Apartment building in the traditional context of Mayfair residential area of London and replaces an unsympathetic 1930’s block.
London based firm of Stanhope Gate Architecture that specialise in contemporary classical and traditional Architecture and Urban Design won in 2015 an invited competition to design a major residential scheme in the Quartier du-Parc in the Paris suburb of Serris, a new town in Seine-et-Marne.
Residential design / development firm Lutti has won planning permission for a mixed-use scheme with eight apartments on Great Portland Street, W1.
The World Ski Awards is the one of the most important industry events on the ski tourism calendar.