Maccreanor Lavington

Gerard Maccreanor and Richard Lavington established Maccreanor Lavington in London and Rotterdam in the early 1990s. Its diverse portfolio ranges from individual buildings to large-scale urban design, with particular expertise in housing, public buildings and the regeneration of town centres and former industrial zones. The practice has received numerous awards, most recently including an RIBA Award for its Lauriston Primary School (2013), a New London Architecture Award for its King Cross housing, and a Housing Design Award (2013) for its Evolution South scheme in west London. It also received the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize in 2008 alongside Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Alison Brooks Architects for its Accordia housing development in Cambridge.


1960s estate extension scoops NLA award for home improvements

An extension to a 1960’s estate in Gospel Oak, designed by architects Maccreanor Lavington, and a light-filled home in Bloomsbury…

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New €14 million Metro Station completed in Amsterdam

  London and Rotterdam based architecture firm, Maccreanor Lavington has completed a major new metro station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The…

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