London design panel selected

The London Development Agency and Design for London have appointed a new architecture, landscape and urban-design framework panel.

A total of 26 practices were successful in their bids and will have the potential to work on projects in five categories: architecture and urban design; masterplanning and urban design; landscape and public-realm design; design policy and guidance; and design management and design-related research and feasibility work.

For projects procured through the panel, all practices for the respective area of expertise will be invited to submit a proposal.

Forty-two firms were invited to tender and were asked to respond to the statement "If I could design London, I would ..."

The proposals were exhibited as part of the London Festival of Architecture from 20 June to 20 July.

Practices that have been appointed include: Acme Space; Caruso St John; David Chipperfield; dRRM; EDAW; Foster + Partners; John Lyall; Karakusevic Carson; Kinnear Landscape Architecture; Landscape Projects; Latz + Partner; and Sarah Wigglesworth.

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