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Art projects underway at new Edinburgh hospital

A number of charity funded arts projects are underway at the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh. Work on the hospital began in March and the new £150 million co-located building will see... View Project

£30 million life science facility

Hundreds of highly skilled jobs are expected to be created and safeguarded in Nottingham with the news that work can now start on a new £30 million life science building adjacent to the current BioCity site on Pennyfoot Street. It... View Project

Winchester College’s New Hall building

The latest modifications to New Hall, which were designed by architects Barnsley, Hewitt & Mallinson (BH&M), not only incorporate a new feature entrance and foyer, but also substantial improvements to the main performance space with the inclusion of operable bleacher... View Project

Kenwick Park Hotel Spa rise from the ashes

Architecture, sports and leisure firm, LK2, has been appointed as consultant architects for the replacement facilities at Kenwick Park Hotel following the fire in October 2014, which completely destroyed the Leisure Club and Spa. The new building will feature state... View Project

Danjiang Bridge, Taipei, Taiwan. R.O.C.

Zaha Hadid Architects, working with Leonhardt, Andrä & Partner and Sinotech Engineering Consultants, have won the international competition to design the new Danjiang Bridge in Taipei for the Directorate General of Highways, Taiwan, R.O.C. The Danjiang Bridge will also allow... View Project

Grafton’s first UK building, Kingston University

Planning approval has been given for Grafton Architects’ first project in the United Kingdom, for Kingston University. The Royal Borough of Kingston’s Development Control Committee voted unanimously in favour of the landmark scheme following strong support for the project, including... View Project

No To Violence Shelter, Israel

This will be the charity’s first purpose-built shelter, as well as accommodating its administrative headquarters, and has been designed to house families from diverse ethnic and geographical backgrounds, including Arab, Israeli, Ethiopian, Russian and Ukrainian women and children. The site... View Project

Council office building, Dumbarton

It has recently achieved ‘Stage One’ approval from the Council, and is now progressing into detailed design. The 5,455 sqm building will provide new, BCO compliant offices, meeting spaces and civic facilities in the heart of Dumbarton. The scheme will... View Project

Dollar Bay

Dollar Bay, a 109m tall residential tower in the Docklands containing 121 apartments, a gym, ground floor commercial space, and a courtyard garden, all set within a public realm strategy that opens up the dockside walkway, will be officially launched... View Project

250 Vesey Street

At street level, the buildings are home to a wide range of retail and leisure businesses including shops, restaurants and art galleries, taking advantage of the immediate views of the Hudson River and an attractive marina. One such space is... View Project

Maggie’s West London

Maggie’s West London was designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partnersand inspired by Richard Roger’s concept of a heart nestled in the protective wrap of a building’s four walls. Rogers said: “The idea was to try to minimise the overbearing... View Project

Foster + Partners Studio

Riverside is a pioneering example of a mixed-use building – with Foster and Partners’ studio occupying the lower three levels and apartments located on the upper floors – all of which share spectacular views of the river. The building’s strategy... View Project

Chelsea Physic Garden

Tucked away beside the Thames, Chelsea Physic Garden is a celebration of the beauty and importance of plants. This walled Garden was founded in 1673 by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries for its apprentices to study the medicinal qualities of... View Project

Dokk1, Aarhus, Denmark

The large polygonal building is located at the mouth of the Aarhus River, connecting the city with the port and water. Flanked by forests to the north and south, a recreational belt has been created through which a new light... View Project

103 Colmore Row Birmingham, England

103 Colmore Row will be a distinctive 211,000 sq ft structure, replacing the former 1970s NatWest Tower. At 26 storeys and 336ft/102.5 m high, it will be the tallest building in Birmingham’s central business district. Comprising 200,000 sq ft of office space... View Project

204 Rose Street, Edinburgh

Charlotte Baptist Chapel, a grade B listed 20th century church building on Rose Street in Edinburgh, is set to be given a new lease of life as a 4 star boutique hotel and steak and gin bar under new planning... View Project

The Promenade, Macau

A shopping destination and café society for the international community, The Promenade connects the first and second chapters of Galaxy Macau, featuring over 200 luxury and lifestyle brands and also linking the development’s six world-class hotels. Adding 65,000m2 to complete... View Project

Lombard Wharf

Lombard Wharf, a residential tower with an elegantly twisting sculptural form designed by architects Patel Taylor, has been granted planning permission. Work can now begin to construct this distinctive new addition to the Thames waterside. An example of outstanding architecture,... View Project

Truro Football Club redevelopment

Permission was granted by Cornwall Council’s Strategic Planning Committee on 30 July 2015 for the new 135,000 sq ft Truro City Shopping Park on the current site of Truro City Football Club. A second permission was granted for a new... View Project

Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter Project

The masterplan for the Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter, and in particular to the south and west of the Prince of Wales Dock, will support a mixed use development comprising the University, commercial and serviced offices, research and development uses, restaurants,... View Project

Grey’s Offices in Hatton Gardens

BDG developed a number of key interventions to maximize the use of the space, encourage movement, create dynamism and support the creativity that is inherent at Grey. The overall redesign and refurbishment means that visitors and employees are greeted by... View Project

Chester Bus Interchange

The new facility is due to open in early 2017, enabling the closure of the existing bus interchange at Princess Street and paving the way for work to commence on the £300 million Northgate development. Details will shortly be confirmed... View Project

All Saints Church in Kingston-upon-Thames

Grade 1-listed All Saints Church in Kingston-upon-Thames. The £1.7 million project, designed by Ptolemy Dean Architects, a practice specialising in conservation work has opened up two entrances on the church’s north side, transforming the church into a revitalised centre for heritage and community in... View Project

Mayfair’s new Marriott Hotel, Park Lane

The hotel features an elegant and refurbished lobby area, as well as a newly redesigned meeting space. Mapei products were specified throughout the interior from public areas, guest rooms and bathrooms utilising Mapei’s extensive product range from screed, render and... View Project

Vincom Landmark 81, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

A supertall skyscraper located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Atkins is the lead architect working closely with Arup for the structural design, one of many global projects on which the two British design companies are collaborating. With an expected... View Project

Belgian Beer Palace

The exhibition will occupy two entire floors overlooking the great hall and includes numerous spaces for visitors to learn about and experience more than 1,000 different Belgian beers that are brewed across the country. More than 350,000 visitors are expected... View Project

Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The in-patient Acute Frailty Unit – the first such facility in the region – has been designed specifically with elderly patients in mind. The centre includes mock stairs and a home-from-home living area and kitchen, allowing staff to assess each... View Project

Six-storey home for Huddersfield University

One of the UK’s top construction companies is now on-site at the University of Huddersfield, beginning work on a £27.5 million addition to the campus that is destined to be one of the most striking structures in the region. The... View Project

Salusbury Road

Overlooking the Paddington Old Cemetery and located next to Queens Park, the project – 40 percent of which will be affordable housing – sees the bones of a 1930s furniture depository retained whilst creating a landscaped oasis to the rear... View Project

Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC)

The three-storey building includes an open laboratory space with a 40m clear span, capable of housing large airframe integration projects, presentation and visualisation space alongside state-of-the-art simulation facilities. Researchers and engineers from Cranfield, and its partner companies, will be working... View Project

University of Bristol new wing

The new wing extension will be added to the Queens School of Engineering, a four-storey 1950s structure, and will provide additional teaching and research space for the Faculty of Engineering. The Faculty, is looking to reinforce its position as a... View Project

Newcastle Central Station

The only grade I listed station outside London, Newcastle Central Station now has a new simplified layout concourse opening sightlines to Castle Keep, reemphasising the distinctive curvature of the historic arched roof. The centrepiece of Ryder’s redesign is the pedestrianised,... View Project

Kings House, Reading

This significant redevelopment project will deliver 93,000 sq ft net internal area (NIA) of prime Grade A office space to the market. A key feature is the removal of the T-shaped building’s central core to create larger, completely open floorplates... View Project

24 Savile Row

Design intent and how the detail works Lightness of structure and detail was paramount in our design intent for the projecting bay windows on Savile Row, which are double height on 1st and 2nd floors. Structurally the window consists of... View Project

Sackville’s London bar and grill

Sackville’s brand identity is drawn from the sleek, sophisticated and understated luxury evoked through tailoring activity back in the 1960’s. The menu’s key ingredient is the truffle – the rarity of this product and its black colour combined with tailoring... View Project

The Skip Garden

The city-centre green space, which is run by Global Generation, has moved to its third and most exciting space at King’s Cross, working with students from The Bartlett to create bespoke structures for learning and events. The garden was conceived... View Project

New Smithfield Market, Openshaw

Contractor to deliver new fish market as part of £4.2 million revamp. The project, designed by GDLodge architects, includes the construction of a new 37,670 sq ft portal-framed building, comprising 10 joined but separate units for tenants, as well as... View Project

The Lanesborough

With the objective of re-affirming the position of The Lanesborough amongst the highest echelons of grand hotels, the design team’s first task was to review the property room-by-room in conjunction with the hotel operator and prepare a detailed plan of... View Project

The Gainsborough Bath Spa

Ancient tradition and contemporary luxury combine to create a unique hotel thermal spa experience. The hotel itself is the product of a complex conversion from five Grade II listed buildings, including renowned nineteenth-century architect John Pinch’s United Hospital building, until... View Project
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