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Preston Bus Station bags 3 RIBA North West Awards

We were delighted to hear that our Preston Bus Station project, with John Puttick Associates, received 3 RIBA North West Awards, including a Regional Award, a Conservation Award and Client of the Year Award.  Congratulations to all involved!  The project now moves forward to the National RIBA Awards which are to be announced later this year.

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East Street Exchange

As part of the London Borough of Southwark and the GLA’s wider ‘What Walworth Wants’ programme, engineersHRW have collaborated with architects We Made That to deliver a new extension and refurbishment to the existing 1960s library building. 

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Secular Retreat Nears Completion

Our latest project for Living Architecture is due for completion on site in November 2018. The project, Swiss Architect Peter Zumthor’s first permanent building in the UK, has been featured in a range of news and architectural publications this month. See links below. The building comprises a holiday house on a hilltop in Devon, including five bedrooms and a large shared living space with expansive views across the landscape. Overlapping reinforced concrete roof slabs are supported on rammed mass concrete walls and columns. The structural concrete elements are exposed on all sides, with layers of insulation incorporated to avoid thermal bridging.

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Dulwich Pavilion 2019

Congratulations to Pricegore and artist Yinka Ilori, who have seen off a strong shortlist, to win the London Festival of Architecture’s competition for a second landmark pavilion outside of the Dulwich Picture Gallery.  We provided structural advice for the bid and cannot wait to assist with making their delightful design a reality in 2019!

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Royal Opening for TouchBase Pears project

We are very proud to have assisted Glenn Howells Architects with a new regional hub in Selly Oak for national charity, Sense.  The building has recently been officially opened by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal.

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Office day out

Our first office trip of the summer, saw us visit a number of our projects at Sugar House Island in East London, followed by a slow amble across town (via a few watering holes) to the Serpentine Pavilion.

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