We are excited to begin a feasibility study for Applecart Arts, a creative hub that celebrates the community of Newham. Studio Gil has been commissioned to develop designs for the organisation’s new site at Passmore Edwards Library, to house a community theatre, workshop spaces, artists studios, an exhibition space and a café.

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‘In Practice’ is a series of portraits of British architects at work in their studios by Timothy Soar for Architecture Today. As part of the series, Pedro was photographed at the studio in Ilford.

Founding director, Pedro Gil, was appointed as one of 15 panel members for the Mayor of London’s Diversity in the Public Realm Commission, to work to improve diversity in the capital’s public realm, including statues, street names, memorials and building names. He is the only representative for the built environment on the Commission, which also includes Riz Ahmed and Robert Bevan.

As part of their 30 Objects in 30 Days series, the London Festival of Architecture asked Pedro Gil to nominate an object that represents the theme of ‘care’. Pedro nominated the studio’s toy collection.

Studio Gil are named in the AJ100’s 2020 Disruptors list, which celebrates practices and networks who are challenging the norms of traditional practice.

We are pleased to announce that Southwark Council has appointed Studio Gil and ArchitectureDoingPlace to build a new community space and social housing on the Old Peckham Library site.

Studio Gil, in collaboration with ArchitectureDoingPlace, have been named as one of the five finalists in an ideas contest led by Enfield Council, for an intergenerational housing scheme at Meridian Water.

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Architects Pedro Gil and Fiona Scott join Lendlease’s director of masterplanning Selina Mason and last year’s winner Martin Edwards as judges for the AJ Small Projects 2021 Award.

Studio Gil completes feasibility study of the public realm in Ilford Town Centre for Redbridge Council.

Pedro Gil joins Black Females in Architecture co-director Neba Sere and BFA Member Umi Baden-Powell for the second in their ‘Decolonising Architecture?’ series.

Students of UG10 at the Bartlett UCL, taught by Pedro Gil, Freya Cobbin & Neba Sere, showcase their work at this year’s online degree show.

Flex House is nominated as a finalist in LEAF Young Architect of the Year award.

Featured in the Architecture Foundation’s New Architects 3, a guide to Britain’s best emerging architects.

Studio 55, taught by Pedro Gil & Christo Meyer, at the University of Brighton‘s school of architecture, complete installations for East Street Market in Elephant and Castle.