• News
  • Practice
  • Contact
  • Selected projects
    • Weston
    • Primary
    • Whitefriars
    • Goldenhill
    • Dulwich
    • Park View
    • House for a Painter
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Weston

Dulwich

Primary

Whitefriars

Goldenhill

Park View

House for a Painter

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Practice

Profile

Pricegore is an architecture practice with a growing reputation for delivering distinctive cultural and residential projects, often in sensitive historic environments.

We seek to make buildings that respond to the particularities of contemporary economic, environmental, cultural and social conditions. Our design process is collaborative and research based, leading to unexpected but uniquely relevant proposals.

Current projects include a new studio, gallery, and workshop building in Nottingham and a number of housing development projects across the UK.

In 2019, The Observer listed the Dulwich Pavilion as No. 2 in the architectural highlights of the year, and The Evening Standard listed directors, Dingle Price and Alex Gore as two of the most influential practitioners in London.

People

Dingle Price, Director
Dingle qualified as an architect in 2011. Alongside practice he has been a design studio leader at Kingston School of Art since 2015, and previously at the University of Cambridge (2011-13). Dingle is a Design Advisor for the London Borough of Harrow, and a practice Mentor at the Royal College of Art.

Alex Gore, Director
Alex qualified as an architect in 2011. Alongside practice he coordinates the 3rd year BA Architecture course at Kingston School of Art where he has taught a design studio since 2013. Alex is a Design Advisor for the London Borough of Harrow and the London Borough of Hounslow.

Team since 2013
Mungo Adam Smith, Sonal Bajaria, Bryony Dennis, Lara Vuković Bryan, Jack Case, Maxime Descheemaecker, Christina Fotiadou, Max Gelibter, Charlotte Hurley, Mette Hübschmann, Kate Ivinson, Adreisse Lawrence, Monika Marinova, Agata Podganja, Sophie Roycroft, Tijana Stojanov, Mike Taylor, Adam Webster, Aska Welford, Jonathan Woodward

Selected Clients

ACAVA
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Greater London Authority
London Borough of Harrow
London Festival of Architecture
Petworth Vision CIC
Primary
University of Westminster

Collaborators

Appleyard & Trew
eHRW & Jane Wernick
FFLO
Format Engineers
Fluid Engineers
Gleeds
Goddards
Mayfords Surveying
MJ Wells
P3r Engineers
Quadrant
Raskl
Regular Practice
Roderick Maclennan Architect
Rodrigues Associates
Solid Crew Construction
Something More
Westminster Menswear Archive
Yinka Ilori

Publication

03/21 The Architects' Journal (£)
02/21 The Architects' Journal (£)
12/19 The Guardian
08/19 RIBA Journal
06/19 Metropolis
06/19 Studio International
06/19 The Observer
06/19 FT (£)
06/19 The Guardian
06/19 Wallpaper*
06/19 Creative Review
06/19 The Architect's Newspaper
07/18 The Guardian
07/18 Dezeen
07/18 Building Design (£)
06/18 The Architects' Journal (£)
06/18 Dwelling in the Periphery
06/16 Architecture Today
03/16 New Architects 3, Architecture Foundation

Lectures

02/20 57°10 Society, Aberdeen
05/19 Design Museum, London
02/19 University of Brighton
06/18 Dulwich Picture Gallery
01/18 Kingston School of Art
12/16 Northumbria University

Teaching Studio

2020-21 Palaces for the People
2019-20 The Rough & the Smooth
2018-19 Creative Economy
2017-18 House of the Visiting Professor
2016-17 Fatto Urbano
2015-16 James Stirling: The Abstract & the Representational

Interviews

08/19 Blueprint 365
07/18 Peek 13
07/18 Register Podcast

Exhibitions

08/19 Royal Academy
06/19 Primary, Nottingham
05/18 Dulwich Picture Gallery
03/17 Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow

Awards

Civic Trust (Pro-Tem), 2020
D&AD Pencil Award, 2020
Highly Commended, Wood Awards, 2020

Contact

[email protected]
Instagram

London

Unit 4B Culford House
1-7 Orsman Road
London N1 5RA

+44 (0) 2077 399 855

Bath

+44 (0) 7862 254 395

Jobs/Portfolios

We do not currently have any vacancies. We are always interested to hear from talented and motivated graduates and architects. Please send a covering letter and brief portfolio of no more than 5 sides of A4 to our London address. We regret that we are unable to return any physical material sent to us, so please keep your application concise and do not send books, bound portfolios etc.

Equal opportunities

We aim to create and sustain an inclusive work environment. We value the contributions of our employees and we are committed to remunerating all staff for the work they do. We do not seek to actively gain an unfair commercial advantage nor discriminate against less well off applicants by employing unpaid interns or volunteers.

Privacy

Pricegore takes data privacy seriously. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using our website, you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

Practice

Price & Gore Architects Ltd
Company No. 09549734
Registered Address: 16B North End Road, London, NW11 7PH

Credits

Identity: Something More
Build: Hungry Sandwich Club

Contact

[email protected]
Instagram

London

Unit 4B Culford House
1-7 Orsman Road
London N1 5RA

+44 (0) 2078 460 106

Bath

+44 (0) 1225 941 055

Index

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News

Retro First

19th March 2021

Our conversion of the Winsor & Newton building in Wealdstone featured in the Architects' Journal

Finsbury Circus

24th July 2020

In collaboration with DRDH Architects and Jan Minne we submitted a competition design for Finsbury Circus Gardens, the largest public park in the City of London.

Menswear Archive

29th May 2020

A new website presents the results of our academic collaboration with Westminster Menswear Archive. Our 2019-20 Kingston School of Art students developed designs for the conversion of a central London office building into a new fashion archive and research centre. Explore online here or pdf.

Under construction in Honour Oak

25th January 2020

Work is underway on the renovation of a house in south London

New Project

09th September 2019

We have been appointed to design a new paragraph 79 house in rural Sussex.

Nearing Completion

26th July 2019

Our project to extend a Georgian house in Hackney is nearing completion.

Assembly on site

22nd May 2019

Construction of the pavilion begins with precast drainage channel columns.

Planning permission

01st April 2019

We have received planning permission for a new family house in Bath. The project is due on site in the spring of 2020.

Palaces for the People, Final Reviews, KSA 20/21

30th March 2021

This year our students have designed community buildings that are confident, efficient and adaptable. In times of crisis they are buildings that would allow education to continue, house the homeless, or become temporary hospitals. They could support the growth of a theatre group or youth club, provide space for start-up businesses, host seasonal festivals or become the place where a community votes.

Guest critics: Mette Hubschmann, Harbinder Birdi, Giles Reid, Andrew Clancy & Bruno Silvestre.

Image by Rudrani Dutta.

Construction starts on new house in Bath

19th February 2021

Wood Awards 2020

25th November 2020

The Dulwich Pavilion Highly Commended at the Wood Awards 2020.

Review of 2019

29th December 2019

The Observer's architecture critic Rowan Moore lists the Dulwich Pavilion as No. 2 in the architectural highlights of the year describing the project as generous, enjoyable and inventive.

Evening Standard Progress 1000

03rd October 2019

The Evening Standard has included Dingle Price & Alex Gore in their 2019 list of most influential Londoners.

Primary, Nottingham

01st October 2019

We have started work on a feasibility study for Nottingham arts organisation Primary. Looking at how to reorganise their listed Victorian school building, and how to provide additional studio, workshop, gallery, and garden spaces

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2019

10th June 2019

1:10 Model of the pavilion accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Facades

07th June 2019

"Pricegore's relentless pursuit of compositional and structural elegance is present in all of their work. Their muscular approach to colour and form brings joy and pleasure in a world of too much beige."

We have been nominated by LFA director Tamsie Thomson to set out our position for ‘Manifestos: Architecture for a New Generation’.

TRADA Case Study

26th February 2021

TRADA have published a case study on our innovative use of timber in the Dulwich Pavilion.

Palaces for the People, Interim Reviews, KSA 20/21

09th February 2021

Jane Wernick, Tracy Meller & Harbinder Birdi join us for interim reviews.

Image by Inger Mosknes Hernes.

Palaces for the People, Early Reviews, KSA 20/21

01st December 2020

Philip Christou and Kate Purver join us as guest critics to review the ongoing work of our students

Image: People's Palace, Glasgow, 1898

Lecture at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

20th February 2020

Dingle and Alex will be lecturing on the history of pavilions, and on their recent Dulwich Pavilion project at 7pm

Kortrijk, Belgium

29th October 2019

Our studio trip includes a visit to 51N4E's conversion of the Buda Arts Factory.

Blueprint Profile

05th August 2019

Dingle & Alex interviewed by Francesca Perry for Blueprint magazine.

Creative Economy

01st June 2019

An exhibition of student projects for the modification and expansion of Primary. The projects offer Primary new studios, workshops and artist-in-residence accommodation. They propose practical improvements to make the existing building more accessible and consider broader issues around the visibility and civic ambition of Primary.

In View magazine

12th May 2019

Dingle, Alex, and Yinka Ilori were interviewed by Joe Townsend for In View magazine

Palaces for the People, Final Reviews, KSA 20/21

30th March 2021

This year our students have designed community buildings that are confident, efficient and adaptable. In times of crisis they are buildings that would allow education to continue, house the homeless, or become temporary hospitals. They could support the growth of a theatre group or youth club, provide space for start-up businesses, host seasonal festivals or become the place where a community votes.

Guest critics: Mette Hubschmann, Harbinder Birdi, Giles Reid, Andrew Clancy & Bruno Silvestre.

Image by Rudrani Dutta.

Retro First

19th March 2021

Our conversion of the Winsor & Newton building in Wealdstone featured in the Architects' Journal

TRADA Case Study

26th February 2021

TRADA have published a case study on our innovative use of timber in the Dulwich Pavilion.

Construction starts on new house in Bath

19th February 2021

Palaces for the People, Interim Reviews, KSA 20/21

09th February 2021

Jane Wernick, Tracy Meller & Harbinder Birdi join us for interim reviews.

Image by Inger Mosknes Hernes.

Palaces for the People, Early Reviews, KSA 20/21

01st December 2020

Philip Christou and Kate Purver join us as guest critics to review the ongoing work of our students

Image: People's Palace, Glasgow, 1898

Wood Awards 2020

25th November 2020

The Dulwich Pavilion Highly Commended at the Wood Awards 2020.

Finsbury Circus

24th July 2020

In collaboration with DRDH Architects and Jan Minne we submitted a competition design for Finsbury Circus Gardens, the largest public park in the City of London.

Menswear Archive

29th May 2020

A new website presents the results of our academic collaboration with Westminster Menswear Archive. Our 2019-20 Kingston School of Art students developed designs for the conversion of a central London office building into a new fashion archive and research centre. Explore online here or pdf.

Lecture at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

20th February 2020

Dingle and Alex will be lecturing on the history of pavilions, and on their recent Dulwich Pavilion project at 7pm

Under construction in Honour Oak

25th January 2020

Work is underway on the renovation of a house in south London

Review of 2019

29th December 2019

The Observer's architecture critic Rowan Moore lists the Dulwich Pavilion as No. 2 in the architectural highlights of the year describing the project as generous, enjoyable and inventive.

Kortrijk, Belgium

29th October 2019

Our studio trip includes a visit to 51N4E's conversion of the Buda Arts Factory.

Evening Standard Progress 1000

03rd October 2019

The Evening Standard has included Dingle Price & Alex Gore in their 2019 list of most influential Londoners.

Primary, Nottingham

01st October 2019

We have started work on a feasibility study for Nottingham arts organisation Primary. Looking at how to reorganise their listed Victorian school building, and how to provide additional studio, workshop, gallery, and garden spaces

New Project

09th September 2019

We have been appointed to design a new paragraph 79 house in rural Sussex.

Blueprint Profile

05th August 2019

Dingle & Alex interviewed by Francesca Perry for Blueprint magazine.

Nearing Completion

26th July 2019

Our project to extend a Georgian house in Hackney is nearing completion.

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2019

10th June 2019

1:10 Model of the pavilion accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Facades

07th June 2019

"Pricegore's relentless pursuit of compositional and structural elegance is present in all of their work. Their muscular approach to colour and form brings joy and pleasure in a world of too much beige."

We have been nominated by LFA director Tamsie Thomson to set out our position for ‘Manifestos: Architecture for a New Generation’.

Creative Economy

01st June 2019

An exhibition of student projects for the modification and expansion of Primary. The projects offer Primary new studios, workshops and artist-in-residence accommodation. They propose practical improvements to make the existing building more accessible and consider broader issues around the visibility and civic ambition of Primary.

Assembly on site

22nd May 2019

Construction of the pavilion begins with precast drainage channel columns.

In View magazine

12th May 2019

Dingle, Alex, and Yinka Ilori were interviewed by Joe Townsend for In View magazine

Planning permission

01st April 2019

We have received planning permission for a new family house in Bath. The project is due on site in the spring of 2020.

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