Corduroy House Wins Don’t Move Improve! Award

Our Welsh slate clad house extension in Hackney has won ‘best use of materials’ at 2018’s Don’t Move Improve! Awards. The awards showcase London’s best and most innovative new home extensions.

January 2018

Yeovil Crematorium

Proposal for the extensive reconfiguration and extension of Yeovil Crematorium, to provide a new enlarged chapel and improvements to existing facilities.

November 2017

British Veterinary Association

We’re delighted to be working with the British Veterinary Association on the redevelopment of their headquarters in central London. The Grade 2* listed Robert and James Adam building will be transformed, to create a modern and welcoming place for BVA staff, members and visitors.

October 2017


Competition entry for “Eyecatcher” installation in the Meadow at Compton Verney Art Gallery. An extended greenhouse, growing fruiting plants and herbs, with a central sheep’s-wool-insulated parlour for making ice cream and sorbets.

August 2017

Hackney Downs Community Garden

Proposal for re-use of Hackney Downs bowling green and pavilion, for a new community garden and cafe.

July 2017

Planning Permission For Boutique Hotel, Camden Town

Planning permission has been granted for our scheme to incorporate a 39-room boutique hotel into Camden Methodist Chapel. A new structure will be inserted into the historic brick envelope, retaining a church and community space on the lower levels.

May 2017

I Want! I Want!

I Want! I Want! - Art and Technology a contemporary art exhibition within the historic Gas Hall at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery opened this month. Design by Manalo & White and Fraser Muggeridge studio. Works selected date from the mid-1990s to the present day and are drawn from the Arts Council Collection, Birmingham’s museum collection and other public and private collections.

March 2017

A Chef’s Apartment

Proposal for a chef’s apartment in West London.

February 2017

Whitstable Pop-Up Cinema

As a first step towards the transformation of the Horsebridge Arts Centre in Whitstable, Manalo & White designed a pop-up cinema for 2016’s Biennale. Exploring alternative ways of using the building, we opened up an unused staircase, to direct cinema-goers on a new route to the top floor. Between screenings, a projected view of the seafront suggested the potential for future views and new ways of relating to the town.

December 2016

Imagine a Window Here

Last week we held workshops with students from the University for the Creative Arts Canterbury, to create 24-hour interventions at the Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable, exploring its spaces and suggesting how it might be adapted. With artists Adam Chodzco and Rosa Ainley, in partnership with Whitstable Biennale.

November 2016