These films show some of the stories of creating buildings people love. Film has been a beautiful way to capture the impact of our projects on the most important people – those who live in them. Here we tell our stories and listen to how people feel about our work.
RIBA Stirling Prize – Awards Film
Part of the Stirling coverage on BBC News
Mikhail Riches on Film
We wanted to tell our story – who we are, what we do, how and why we do it.
Film: Beja Films, Music: Bjarni Biering, Projects Director of Photography: Tim Crocker, Projects stills photography: Tim Crocker, Church Walk footage: Living Projects for the Housing Design Awards, Park Hill footage: Urban Splash, Drone footage: HexCam, Other images: Mikhail Riches team. With special thanks to Deb Khan.
Goldsmith Street Under Construction
We commissioned HexCam to film our project for 105 Passivhaus homes in Norwich, Goldsmith Street. The footage helps show the scale of the scheme, which is currently on site with contractor RG Carter. You can see how it is being built, from the Cygnum prefabricated panels coming together on later phases, to bricks being laid on the terraces nearer to completion. The project for Norwich City Council is due to be completed and occupied in late 2018.
Our VeloCity proposal has been chosen by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), as the winning concept for Malcom Reading’s Cambridge-Oxford corridor competition. The team includes Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design, Featherstone Young, Marko and Placemakers, Expedition Engineering & Khaa. Read more about the project here.
Park Hill on Film
In this film, made by Urban Splash, Jonathan Falkingham sets out why Mikhail Riches won the competition for the latest phase of housing at Park Hill.
Clay Field on Film
Hoxton House on Film
Clip from ‘The RIBA’s Best Buildings of 2011’ – The Culture Show, aired on BBC Two Sunday 2 Oct 2011. Hoxton House featured as part of the Stephen Lawrence Prize shortlist.