"Very unlike anything else on this year’s shortlist, Writ in Water provides a lasting space for reflection on the significance and influence of Magna Carta and its extraordinary role in the history of human rights."
TEXT — Hugh Pearman
PHOTOGRAPHY — National Trust / Andrew Butler
Harris Calnan's own Ruairí Bray is aiming to complete the 2018 Great North Run on 9th September in aid of the Rebecca Dykes Foundation which is dedicated to helping create stable communities in Lebanon and in particular improving the lives of women and Palestinian and Syrian refugees there.
Over 800 years ago, Runnymede, now cared for by the National Trust, witnessed the feudal barons forcing King John to seal Magna Carta - a founding moment in shaping the basis of common law across the world.
Writ in Water, commissioned by the National Trust in association with arts producers Situations, celebrates the enduring significance of Magna Carta.
Set in the heart of this ancient landscape, Writ in Water reflects upon the...
Harris Calnan are thrilled to announce that The Photography Studio for Juergen Teller by 6a Architects on Latimer Road has made the shortlist for the 2017 Stirling Prize.
This is the second time that a Harris Calnan project has been nominated for one of architecture's most prestigious awards - the first was in 2006 when Caruso St John's Brick House lost out to Richard Rogers.
You can find out more about the prize and follow...
After winning an RIBA National Award, Latimer Road makes the cover of the AJ special listing out all of this year's award winners:
"The latest AJ features all 49 winners of this year’s RIBA National Awards, ordered into nine sector categories with cultural and housing projects particularly plentiful; and we speculate as to which schemes might feature in this year’s Stirling Prize shortlist."