Openings, conversations with Alvaro Siza's archive at the Serralves Museum, curated by Tom Emerson, from 26 October until 27 January 2019
Trees Down Here made by artist Ben Rivers for the Biennale di Venezia 2018 is released on mubi
South London Gallery Fire Station, opens this weekend. Photo by Johan Dehlin
KNOCK KNOCK, South London Gallery opens the former Peckham Road Fire Station next weekend with a show exploring humour in contemporary art
The Perimeter opens on Sunday 23rd September for Open House London 2018.  Booking required. Photo by Joseph Asghar
AA Files X, 6a co-founder Tom Emerson’s exploration of George Perec is published in a collection of nearly four decades of writing in the AA Files.
Coastal House wins a RIBA National Architectural Award. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Coastal House, Devon  Photo by Johan Dehlin
Trees Down Here, The Natural History of Churchill College opens at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia featuring a new film by Ben Rivers, co-produced by 6a and MUBI. Trees Down Here (Still) Ben Rivers, 2018.
Blue Mountain School opens in Shoreditch, London. Photo by Lewis Ronald
Black Stone House awarded a riba London Award 2018. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Coastal House wins an riba South West Award 2018 and Conservation Award 2018. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Kanal Centre Pompidou competition, 6a, AdVVT & AGWA's entry displayed at the Kanal Centre, Brussels
Mayor Sadiq Kahn has acquired the St Ann’s Hospital site giving a major boost to St Ann’s Redevelopment Trust (StART). 6a and Maccreanor Lavington have been working with StART since 2015 to realise up to 900 genuinely affordable homes on the site.
MK Gallery under construction, April 2018
MK Gallery under construction, April 2018
MK Gallery steel frame completed, February 2018
7 Architects in Practice, Writings for Studio Nicholson
Tall Buildings: Their Problems and Some Ideas, Stephanie Macdonald and Sofia von Ellrichshausen co-curate and lead a symposium at the National Gallery of Victoria for Melbourne Design Week. Photo by Will Neill © Molonglo Group 2018
Save Dunelm House, 6a participate in a charette to consider the future of the University of Durham's brutalist student union building. Photo courtesy of RIBA Archive
Collingwood, Melbourne 6a commissioned for first Australian project. Photo by Will Neill © Molonglo Group 2018
6a celebrates the start of 2018 with the launch of a new monograph published by El Croquis
6a architects ' Coastal House, Devon, was announced as the overall winner of the 2017 Wood Awards awarded the Arnold Laver Gold Award and Best in category for Interiors. 
Photography Studio for Juergen Teller, RIBA Stirling Prize 2017 to be announced 31st October
6a architects participate in The Trade Show organised by Faye Toogood for this year's London Design Festival.
Entitled Making New History, the Chicago Architecture Biennial invited 6a to reconsider the Chicago Tribune Competition. The famous competition was contemporaneous to the voyage of a nomadic paneled room from Raven Row, which was dismantled and shipped to the Chicago Institute of Art in the 1920s before repatriation and its re-installation in 2009. Forty Midwestern woodturners turned the profile of the Georgian room into a tower, now displayed in the central room of the Biennial.
Tonnara di Scopello, Sicily drawing by Stephanie Macdonald is Drawing of the Week on Drawing Matter
Citroën Cultural Centre, 6a has been shortlisted to design a new Pompidou Centre satellite in Brussels in collaboration with architecten de vylder vinck taillieu and AgwA
6a is nominated for the Stirling Prize 2017 for Juergen Teller's photography studio complex. bbc News photographed by Richard Wentworth 
Park Hill Estate, 6a shortlisted for a new international public art venue in Sheffield. Photograph by Roger Mayne
Maritime Museum, 6a has been shortlisted for a major new museum in Antwerp
Juergen Teller's Photography Studio on the cover of the Architects' Journal, 22 June 2017, Rob Wilson describes its "glorious space-making"
Disobedient Bodies at The Hepworth Wakefield
6a architects shortlisted for Ruben's House & Garden, Antwerp, Belgium
Photography Studio for Juergen Teller wins  riba London Building of the Year 2017
RIBA Award and London Building of the Year 2017, for 6a's photography studio for Juergen Teller
RIBA East Award 2017, for Cowan Court, Churchill College, University of Cambridge
riba Awards 2017, A Photography Studio for Juergen Teller and Cowan Court, the new halls of residence at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, have both been shortlisted for the 2017 riba Awards.
Disobedient Bodies at The Hepworth Wakefield, Curated by Jonathan Anderson and designed by 6a architects, Disobedient Bodies opens today at The Hepworth Wakefield.  
Just Add Juergen, Icon Magazine, Juergen Teller's photographs in James McLachlan review of his new studio for Icon Magazine, March 2017. Photo by Juergen Teller
On Art and Architecture: Tom Emerson and Richard Wentworth, 9 February 2017, Frieze Academy
Cowan Court on the cover of the Architects' Journal, 26 January 2017, Jay Merrick reviews the new halls of residence at Churchill College, Cambridge
Juergen's Latimer Road Garden, Dan Pearson's garden in Juergen Teller's studio features in The Plant Magazine, Issue 10 with photographs by Juergen Teller.
Orozco Garden at the South London Gallery, Louisa Buck interviews Gabriel Orozco and Stephanie Macdonald for Art Quartlerly
Cowan Court , is in The Guardian's top 10 buildings of the year and in The Oberver's top 5 photo Johan Dehlin
Casabella 868, Cowan Court, Churchill College Cambridge reviewed by Federico Tranfa
Gabriel Orozco Garden, opens at the South London Gallery
Juergen Teller Studio, featured in Mark 65, December 2016
Juergen Teller Studio, reviewed by Rowan Moore in The Observer, 1 October 2016
Cowan Court, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, hrh The Duke of Gloucester opens Cowan Court on 23 September 2016 (photo Johan Dehlin) 
Architecture Today, 6a's studio for Juergen Teller features on the cover of Architecture Today, vol 270, July/August 2016 with an article and photographs by David Grandorge.
23 June 2016
Plates / Teller, Bi-annual men’s fashion magazine Arena homme+ has published an extensive series of photographs by Juergen Teller at his recently completed studio building.
Victoria Morton, in conversation with Stephanie Macdonald at Sadie Coles hq, 1 Davies Street, London w1, 8 June, 7pm.
Pavilion of Reflections, was pulled across lake Zurich on 27 May for the opening of Manifesta 11 on 11 June. The pavilion was designed and built by students of Studio Tom Emerson at eth Zurich
Cowan Court, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, reclaimed oak facade is complete
Cowan Court, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, construction of new halls of residence nears completion
MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, construction is about to start on a major expansion of MK Gallery
Juergen Teller Studio, the new studio for photographer Juergen Teller is complete. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Manifesta 11, Zurich, construction by staff and students from Studio Tom Emerson (6a) at ETH Zurich of the Pavilion of Reflections is nearing completion. It will be pulled across the lake to Bellevue in late May and open for the contemporary art biennale on 11 June.
Glasgow Atlas, Last weekend to see the exhibition by the students of Studio Tom Emerson from ETH Zurich, part of Glasgow International festival of contemporary art.
Juergen Teller edits new Salame publication, Juergen Teller uses construction site of his new studio designed by 6a as location for shoot
HafenCity Housing, 6a architects has won an international design competition for a housing project in Hamburg's HafenCity.
Churchill College Cambridge, Mock up facade complete, October 2015
Churchill College Cambridge timber frame is complete,
The World of Charles and Ray Eames, Barbican Art Gallery, 21st October 2015 - 14th February 2016. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Tree House, Visits to the Tree House will be possible as part of Open House on Saturday 19th September. Booking is required.
Churchill College curve is out of the ground, August 2015
Apartment building, North London, under construction August 2015
Juergen Teller Studio approaches completion. Photo by Johan Dehlin
Juergen Teller Studio
Theatre Objects, 6a and artist Richard Wentworth's collaboration exhibited in Theatre Objects at the Luma Foundation in Zurich is included in the catalogue  published by the gta Verlag, Zurich.
maniera, 6a has designed Dust Free Friends, a limited edition furniture series for Brussels-based design initiative maniera.
Churchill College, Cambridge, construction has begun on a new halls of residence
luma Foundation, Zurich, 6a architects and Richard Wentworth have produced an installation in Theater Objects: A Stage for Architecture and Art
Construction of a new halls  of residence for Churchill College, Cambridge, will begin in Autumn 2014,
Juergen Teller Studio, construction site, 10 October 2014
A new photography studio for Juergen Teller is under construction,
Future City, 06.12.13 - 05.01.14, Exhibition, MK Gallery,   Helmut Jacoby, Milton Keynes City Centre, 1974
6a architects x Paul Smith, 11 Albemarle Street, Mayfair
Cast iron facade for Paul Smith, Mayfair, London
Model for an Artists' Cinema (2012),  Luke Fowler and 6a architects. Turner Prize Exhibition 2012, Tate Britain
V&A Fashion Gallery, London
Tree House, East London
South London Gallery, Peckham, South London
ICA, The Mall, London, 2011
Wim Crouwel, A Graphic Odyssey, Design Museum, London, 2011
Mines Park, Country House, Cambridgeshire
Romney's House, Hampstead, London
V&A Fashion Gallery, Cromwell Road, London,
Raven Row, Contemporary art exhibition centre, Spitalfields, London
V&A Fashion Gallery, Cromwell Road, London,
Mockups for cast iron facade, Mayfair, London 2012
The Stuff That Matters, Textiles collected by Seth Siegelaub, 01.0306.05.2012 at Raven Row
V&A Fashion Gallery, Cromwell Road, London
Romney's House, Hampstead, London
Devon, Little Dartmouth
LC House, North London
Romney's House, Hampstead, London
Never Modern, by Irénée Scalbert and 6a architects, published by Park Books, Zurich, 2013