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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.
This project for Jesus College, of Cambridge University, is for high-quality commercial office accommodation on a site in the centre of Cambridge. The requirement was to make a building that would serve as a lasting asset to the College and make a positive contribution to the surrounding area, much of which is also owned by the College.
A refurbishment of the world's largest purpose-designed music therapy centre for Nordoff Robbins, housed within a 19th century substation.
Exemplary therapy rooms and a fun material palette deliver an exciting new identity for the charity.
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.
The design and construction of a new-build Sixth Form Study Block for Graveney School, following the awarding of an Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. The building provides valuable extra teaching, study and events spaces for sixth form students, and makes a positive contribution to Graveney’s campus and host of fine architectural buildings.