The Brassworks is the conversion of a disused factory near Marble Arch in Central London into an award-winning development of luxury apartments.
The Landing comprises the demolition of existing buildings in a triangular site and the construction of a new high quality mixed-use scheme, which will revitalise the town centre.
Velindre Cancer Centre is a centre of excellence in the non-surgical treatment of cancer and is looking to relocate to purpose built facilities to improve this nationally acclaimed service.
Central Somers Town is a flagship project within Camden Council’s Community Investment Programme.
The RIBA Client Adviser was central to the development of a transformational outdoor education facility for St John’s School, delivered in a mix of hard and soft landscaping.
Exhibition Mews was one of a series of demonstration projects devised by the Whitehill & Bordon Eco Town to test approaches to low energy buildings.
The London Borough of Camden chose a RIBA Client Adviser and SCABAL to work on Hawley School to develop and deliver a robust and generous new building.
This development has now (2018) been realised to a significant degree and includes a retail zone, residential area and business park set within landscaped surroundings.
The key aim of the Client Adviser for One Angel Square was to deliver a Strategic Public Asset, held over the long-term to embrace and adapt to the changing needs of the council and its staff.
The UK Pavilion for Dubai Expo 2020 is being designed for the Department for International Trade (DIT) by Es Devlin with Avantgarde Architects, with a full and complete team of creative media, performers and scientific advisers.
The aim of this project was to identify achievable solutions to improve best practice for delivery of education-led mixed-use projects.
Open call for architects sought to help develop local authority placemaking plans.
How can you deliver the highest standards of access and inclusion? This seminar will, by examining the principles and processes of inclusive design, understanding what best practice looks like and recognising common design pitfalls, illustrate how even small changes can result in big impacts.