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Boardman House is an impressive refurbishment of a large Grade II listed building in Norwich city centre. A major £3.5 million programme of refurbishment and remodelling by Hudson Architects now offers a new home for Norwich University of the Arts’ expanding architecture programme, as well as state of the art facilities for the University’s media faculty. The heritage of the 1474 sq.m landmark building has been well respected through the design and preserved and celebrated wherever possible.
Alfriston School is a secondary-age day and boarding school for girls, catering for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
The new pool building, sits discreetly at the rear of the site, facing directly onto the greenbelt land.
A rolling programme of major external and internal works at Central Saint Martin's two principle campuses, Kings Cross and Byam Shaw. At Kings Cross proposals were developed in close collaboration with staff and students to make better use of several key spaces.
The project created a flagship building for the newly formed college, establishing a bold new façade and entrance whilst internally providing a range of formal and break-out spaces that reflect the college’s new vision for teaching and learning.
The horseshoe plan transformed an existing courtyard into a bright and flexible atrium space, while a suite of state of the art teaching and breakout spaces were created in a refurbished block and new build wings.
The building was delivered in phases keeping the college in operation throughout the works and was part funded...
A new arts and activity building for a homeless charity in East London located on a small, landlocked site, containing art studio, workshops and offices. The colourful, faceted facade gives a strong identity for the plight of the homeless and presents a welcoming frontage. The permeable facade has activated the under-used courtyard and initiated a rolling programme of works to improve the public space and better link the other buildings forming the centre.
This 232-bedroom, 5 to 7 storey ‘jewel in the crown’ of UEA’s East campus masterplan forms a south-facing U-shape. Constructed in CLT to an exacting programme (brief to opening in 24 months), the project achieved BREEAM Excellent, by incorporating many carbon-reducing measures, and a vertical greenwall, to offset loss of landscape.
Eurocentres, an established worldwide network of language schools, identified the building as the ideal location to relocate staff, students and the operation of their Lee Green existing school.
The brief called for the conversion from offices to educational facilities and a complete refurbishment and fit out of the building to bring it up to contemporary standards.
We saw the opportunity of establishing a new relationship between the interior of the building and its beautiful surroundings and this was achieved by inserting a glass partition separating the classrooms from the circulation space.