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Hans Haenlein Architects as part of the First Education Alliance are Finalists for Education Business by the Education Investor Awards 2012.

Hans Haenlein Architects took part in the London Festival of Architecture event 'Flyover Makeover'.

"A Day for the Community around Hammersmith to join with local Architects and designers in thinking about the future of Hammersmith when the Flyover reaches the end of its life."

Read more on the Building Design website.

Hans Haenlein Architects took part in BFE UK "Refurb or Rebuild Live! @ BFE 2012" with Carshalton High School for Girls. The event brings together architects and primary and secondary schools to produce unique and original designs proposals.

On the 26th November 2011 Hans Haenlein Architects contributed and participated in the 4th International European Quality Summit at the Hilton Metropolitan Hotel, London.

Hans Haenlein Architects were featured in the Hounslow Chamber Autumn 2011 Newsletter.

Hans Haenlein Architects are Finalists for Consultants of the Year by the Education Investor Awards 2011.

In March 2011 HHA's article 'Pulling Together', discussing collaborative working and education projects is to be published in the RIBA Journal.

Hans Haenlein Architects are proud to be members of the First Education Alliance, a leading education network consisting of the most respected education specialists as members, offering complete education solutions through effective collaboration.

We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed Architects for Hampton Court House School. With over 40 years experience in the design of Education and Community buildings we hope to make a significant contribution to the future education of the pupils of this truly remarkable school.

In September 2010 Mustafa Erdem's article 'Free Thinkers', discussing his involvement as a Parent and an Architect, with the West London Free School was published in the RIBA Journal.

In December 2009 Hans Haenlein was appointed Client Design Advisor for the London Borough of Enfield's Building Schools for the Future (BSF) Programme.

In November we took part in the Schools Design Conference organised by the BSF team of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham at Fulham Palace. We were paired with Fulham Cross School who won the Innovation award for their project.

Professor Brian Goodall and Hans Haenlein are developing an Arup sponsored workshop at the University of Reading for early in 2009 on Project Briefing for Inclusive Access to the Built Environment.

Hans Haenlein Architects were commisioned in 2008 to design the St. Leonard's International School, in Accra, Ghana which is to include a Montessori Nursery School.

The Clapham Youth Centre, London SW2, is looking for funding of major improvements to their existing premises, which we redesigned in 2007. Potential sponsors should contact the secretary Pam Snelling at hpsnelling@tiscali.co.uk.

Andres Fernandez completed a climb up Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, the highest point in Africa plus the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of article[25] (formerly Architects for Aid).

With eight other West London architectural practices we formed the West London Satellite Hub for the London Festival of Architecture 20 June - 20 July 2008. The Hub theme 'Bridging the Gap' proposed an exploration of how two significant elements of local infrastructure, the River Thames and the Great West Road (A4), affect connectivity within the local community. The results of our investigation were presented to Council members and officers of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and to the public.

In October 2008 Hans Haenlein contributed to the RIBA/CABE Advisor's Forum, which reviewed the design and support in Building Schools for the Future projects and the role of the Client Design Advisor in relation to the Project Procurement Process defined by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC).

We continue to develop the proposals for the International Centre for Inclusive Environments at the University of Reading, for which we are also researching various aspects of improving the design and management of accessible environments.

The PCC of St Matthew's Church, Meadow Row, London SE1, which we completed in 1993 and was the last building to be formally opened by Diana, Princess of Wales on the 10th December 1993, is planning improvements to enhance the community support it currently offers. Potential sponsors should contact the Rev. Neil McKinnon at neilatelephant@ntworld.com

The trustees of the Positive Education Learning Organisation (PELO), for whom we are designing new administrative and sports facilities in East Dulwich, aim to develop football in all its aspects to the highest standards of playing, coaching, refereeing and administration within an ethos of equal opportunities for all involved in the game. They will be supported by the Football Association and Sport England. Potential Sponsors should contact their development director, Julien Barbot at julienbarbot@yahoo.com

In July we submitted a townplanning application to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham for a new Sports Hall and ancillary accommodation for Fulham Prep School in Greyhound Road, London W14. This additional accommodation is designed to the highest sustainability standards enabling the school to reduce its overall carbon footprint.

The Aga Khan University commissioned us earlier this year to advise on their space needs in anticipation of moving to new accommodation in London.

Hans has acted as PhD examiner at the University of Reading for Tom Pey's dissertation Measurable Outcomes a Right, Independence a Choice, which aims to establish a methodology and a theoretical framework for the calculation of a minimal level of functioning for the blind and partially sighted people so that society complies with the United Nations Convention of Human Rights and other UK legislation of this type.

Hans Haenlein recently revisited 2 St Nicholas Close, Jacoby House, which he designed for Mr and Mrs Jacoby in 1967. The house was included earlier this year in the list of locally Important Buildings in Hertsmere.

The Site Support Buildings for Colfe's School, London SE12, were completed and formally opened on the 5th April 2008

We are continuing the programme of phased improvements at St Faith's C of E Primary School, London SW18, which commenced in the summer of 2006. St Faith's Primary School, Church Youth Club and Adult Education Institute were originally designed by us in 1985

Hans Haenlein is acting as Assessor for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project Multi-Sensory Design Interventions in Perceptions of Environments carried out jointly by Kingston University and the University of Oxford. This explores experimentally the potential for multi-sensory environmental design interventions to alter or improve visually unexciting or undesirable environments for a sense of wellbeing. The research commenced in April 2008 and will be completed by April 2009.

We are continuing to work as project partners with the University of Reading on the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) funded research project Achieving Design Quality in Schools. Which examines the way in which the briefing process of the government's Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme impacts on the design of education facilities and improves our understanding of current practice and how this can be adapted to enable the creation of well designed schools.

In October 2005 Hans Haenlein was admitted to the RIBA specialist register of Client Design Advisors.

Andres Fernandez joined the practice in October 2005 having completed his Architecture education at Strathclyde University, Glasgow.

In June 2005 Hans Haenlein presented his proposals for single project insurance to members of the Construction Productivity Network.

Since March 2005 we have been working with Michael House School in Derbyshire on a new masterplan and will be replacing their existing buildings and facilities.

In June 2004 ProHelp-London, which is chaired by Hans Haenlein, was given a Collaborative Action ‘Big Tick Award’ by Business in the Community, for its work with London Communities.

from left to right: Christopher Jonas, ProHelp National, Chairman/Rosanna Henderson, ProHelp-London, Manager/ Hans Haenlein, ProHelp-London, Co-chairman/Simon Camamile, ProHelp-London, Co-chairman.
from left to right: Christopher Jonas, ProHelp National, Chairman/Rosanna Henderson, ProHelp-London, Manager/ Hans Haenlein, ProHelp-London, Co-chairman/Simon Camamile, ProHelp-London, Co-chairman.

The Avenues Youth Project, London W10, which was formally opened by the Prince of Wales on 10th December 2003, received a Civic Trust Awards 2004 – Mention.

Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales

The awards ceremony was held on 9th November 2004.

Continuing our commitment to sustainability, we are pleased to be listed on the Green Register.

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