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West Midlands winners 2014

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West Midlands winners 2014 - Top Four Results

Building Ashperton Primary Academy, New Teaching Block

Ashperton Primary Academy, New Teaching Block

The community was passionate about creating a stimulating environment for the future generations of this rural community while also working within a challenging funding stream. The importance of good spatial planning, connecting internal and external spaces to enjoy the landscaped setting and encour…

Building Centre of Reufurishment Excellence (CoRE)

Centre of Reufurishment Excellence (CoRE)

This is an exemplar, sustainable project to showcase the reinstatement of historical structures and demonstrate a range of modern technologies focused on optimising energy performance. The significant importance of the brick bottle kilns to the region and the challenging decline of the pottery indus…

Building Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham

Playing an important role in Birmingham's Centenary Square, the new Library of Birmingham is an impressive and bold addition to the city.

Exhibitions and events Parkside


The Parkside building, set on to the city's new park is the first significant building in the urban regeneration of Eastside, bringing BCU and thousands of students into the city.

West Midlands winners 2014 - Other Results


Stoke on Trent Bus Station

Forming part of the wider city's regeneration plans, Stoke Bus Station has transformed an important arrival gateway. Located on a prominent site on th…


The Lighthouse

Sitting on a hill, The Lighthouse is a well positioned and a clearly visible beacon of hope for the three surrounding communities that all struggle wi…


Tudor Grange Academy

A well laid-out site plan integrates part of the existing building with new-build elements, helping to create a legible, inviting entrance sequence as…


Waverley School

An organogram process led the design with a clear and rational arrangement of finger-like buildings leading from primary years through to sixth form, …