MOORSIDE:

Cumbria atom water park 

 

LOCATION: Cumbria, UK

TYPE: Landart park

STATUS: Competition -Shortlisted (2016)

TEAM: Iteriad, Stephenson Halliday, Charles Jencks and Lily Jencks supported by Atkins Engineers.

short listed

LAGI:

Santa Monica Pier

 

LOCATION: Santa Monica, US

TYPE: Landart generator

STATUS: Competition (2016)

TEAM: Lily Jencks, Pati Santos.

LANGLEY VALE:

In the forest wilderness

 

LOCATION: Langley Vale Woods

TYPE: Visitor Centre

STATUS: Competition 2016 (RIBA)

TEAM: Lily Jencks, Mieke Tanghe, Pati Santos, Megan Burke.

THE WAVE, TRESTLES.

WINNERS! 

 

LOCATION: Trestles, San Onofre State Park, San Celmente, California. 
TYPE: Site strategy, access trail, pedestrian bridge
AREA: 4,000ft.2, (400m2)
STATUS: Competition: First Place, on-going (2010)
TEAM: Joshua Beck, Joana Gomes, Tom Reiner, Lily Jencks

Winners

TRESTLE PROJECT, USA has been organized in three components our proposal provides safe access from the overflow parking area - across the tracks and wetlands - to the beach. To achieve this we propose an on-grade naturalistic path for the upper portion of the trail which follows the existing topography. An on-grade rail crossing with automated gates provides a safe passage of the active railway. The Wave's sinuous shape bridges the wetlands area, bringing visitors close to this unique ecology while protecting it from rogue trails, and providing visitors with views and information about the landscape they are traversing.

SALFORD MEADOWS: Embracing the city

 

LOCATION: Salford, UK
TYPE:Pedestrian bridge
AREA: 4,000ft.2, (400m2)
STATUS: Competition: LongListed  (2013)
TEAM: Lily Jencks Studio and Studio-AR 

Long Listed

The brief was to secure a high quality design for a new landmark pedestrian bridge connection to The Meadows from The Crescent across the River Irwell to open up access to The Meadows and ensure that it becomes a well-used resource for the local community, while also attracting new visitors to the area. To maximise the contribution of The Meadows site to the transformational profile of this part of Salford and set a benchmark for future development activity in the surrounding area. Our proposal was Longlisted. 

BRUTALIST FACELIFT 

 

LOCATION: Liepaja City, Latvia

TYPE: Business Incubator, Public Space 

STATUS: Competition 2013

TEAM: Lily Jencks, Pati Santos, Nuria Escriva, Grania Loughnan

BRUTALIST FACELIFT, SCAFFOLD OF LIFE, The relentless grid of the brutalist box is celebrated in an activated LIFE-SUPPORT SCAFFOLD.

We wrap buildings and EXTEND THE PUBLIC SPACE from the GROUND onto the ROOF. Now the building exists in a matrix of play, event and action. This scaffold is not just ornament! It is an infrastructure for performance, markets, cinemas, playgrounds, bike parking, gyms, everything the inhabitants want to create. This DECORATED SHED now sings about the life within. Each configuration is unique and open to potential, and can be used by the inhabitants, the unit of life (Unite d’habitation) living, moving, evolving AND SUPPORTING the people.

TEMPERANCE HOSPITAL 

 

LOCATION: Camden, London

TYPE: Business Incubator, Co working Space 

STATUS: Competition 2015

TEAM: Lily Jencks Studio, Nous, Nathanael Dorent.

 

NEWS

- October 2019 Ruins Studio wins the ABB Leaf Award in the category "Best New Start-Up Practice Project" -June 2019 LJS Quintessentially English: What does it mean to be Native, listed as 1 of 10 unmissable events and exhibitions @ London Festival of Architecture 2019 - 22 June 2019 Talk with Lily Jencks at Cabot Square for 'Quintessential English Garden' as part of the LFA - February 2019 Lily Jencks Studio winner @ SURFACE DESIGN AWARD in the category"Housing Interior Surface" with the project Powis Cloud - January 2019 Ruins Studio published by TASCHEN in "Homes for our time -Contemporary Houses around the World"  -September 2018 Ruins Studio shortlisted for the "Dezeen Award" in the category Architecture/House - November 2017 Ruins Studio, Scotland wins the "GIA Supreme Award" & the "GIA Award 2017" in the category "Residential"  https://gia-org-uk.squarespace.com/ -June 2017 Talk with Lily Jencks: "LONGEVITY Cure and Care in Creation @ London Festival of Architecture