As part of our masterplan for the broader regeneration of Bolton, our designs to reinvent the market town place Farnworth as a prominent cultural, residential and retail destination have been approved by Bolton council’s planning committee.
Our designs for a mixed use, 253-home development at Weir Mill, Stockport have been approved by Stockport Council. The plans, for our client, Capital & Centric, include restoration of the mill buildings and the construction of two new buildings to create a thriving new community.
Following an international open call, The Enterprise Centre is among the 17 exemplary sustainable projects to feature in Build Better Now, a virtual reality (VR) online exhibition.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Glasgow Queen Street station today to join us in marking the official completion of the station’s £120m Scottish Government-funded transformation.
Peter Jenkins describes how a new metro system will alleviate congestion and pollution in the capital of Bangladesh and stimulate economic prosperity.
BDP Quadrangle’s landmark, innovative designs at 80 Atlantic and Yonge Sheppard Centre have been recognised at the Toronto Urban Design Awards.
The Centre for Creative Learning, at Francis Holland School, has been announced as an RIBA national award winner.
Our groundbreaking coding school, 42, for the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has won the Commercial Interior Design award for a public sector building.
Once again, we are taking to the roads with a team from our Bristol and London studios joining the Deloitte Ride Across Britain (RAB) on a 980 mile, nine day cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
As a practice with a longstanding history of designing education infrastructure and learning spaces, we strive to inspire people at every stage of their education.
Wayfinding is the process of navigating from one place to another. In its schematic form, it is a string of decision-making points.