Live Work Play: recent work by Hampshire architects

Press Release: 09/06/2014

Outdoor Learning Project, Ruth Butler Architects (c) Peter Langdown

A new exhibition of architecture and landscape design, showcasing the work of Hampshire-based architects, will be on display in City Space at the Winchester Discovery Centre from Saturday 14 June until Sunday 6 July.

There is a strong legacy in the Hampshire region of high creative standards in architecture. The exhibits feature a range of thoughtful, elegant and ingenious designs, showing how 26 local architectural practices have added value to a wide mix of client briefs, responding to today’s needs across Live Work Play.

The exhibition is at the heart of the Hampshire Festival of Architecture 2014, which runs from 28 May-23 July in Winchester Discovery Centre. This year the festival features a programme of talks by accomplished architects including Richard Jobson of Design Engine, Robert and Ash Sakula and Keith Myers, MD of The Myers Touch – ‘Designing kitchens with light, space and laughter’.

To book for these talks visit the Discovery Centre website at or phone the box office on 01962 873603.

The exhibition is staged by RIBA Hampshire and curated by author Lucy Bullivant, Hon FRIBA.

Live Work Play has been made possible by the kind support of the RIBA Local Initiative Fund, and by ADAM Architecture, AR Design Studio, Creative Catering & Marquees, Eckersley O’Callaghan, Interface, The Myers Touch, Pure Home Technology, Sub Zero & Wolf, and The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects.

Entry to the exhibition is free and is open Monday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-3pm. Closed Bank Holidays.