Dow Jones

Architecture on Stage

A photo of Maggies Centre in Whitchurch, Cardiff, designed by Dow Jones Architects

An evening with the award-winning British architecture practice Dow Jones.

Established in 2000 by Biba Dow and Alun Jones, Dow Jones Architects was responsible for the ten-year transformation and expansion of a church in Lambeth to house the Garden Museum.

Several other major projects by the practice have also involved the adaptation of churches including the conversion of the crypt of Hawksmoor's Christ Church Spitalfields and the recently completed extension of G.E. Street's St Mary Magdalene in Paddington.  This year the practice has also completed work on a Maggie's Cancer Centre at Velindre Hospital in Cardiff.

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