We are delighted to announce that we will be working with Casswell Bank Architects on the remodelling of our headquarters, Byron House.
The first phase of work will commence in the Summer this year, and will involve the refurbishment of our child and adolescent consulting rooms and improved provision for our extensive archive.
The second phase will take place in the Summer of 2017, when substantial improvements will be made to our main lecture room, the Sigmund Freud Room.
Part of the brief given to the architects will be to consult widely with the users of our facilities before designs are finalised.
Casswell Bank were appointed by winning an architecture competition which was organised by the Architecture Foundation. The competition was restricted to practices established in the last ten years. Competitors were assessed by a high profile Jury from the worlds of psychoanalysis, architecture and engineering including Nick Temple (President), Catalina Bronstein (President Elect), David Riley (Vice President), Jon Levett (Chief Executive), Jeremy Dixon (Dixon Jones Architects), Tim Pitman (Pitman Tozer Architects), Hanif Kara (AKTii), and Ellis Woodman (Architecture Foundation).