Arts, education and leisure

 

 

140 Park Lane is the proposed extension and refurbishment for a 5-star Marriott Hotel, designed to be implemented with minimum interruption to operations.

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2-3 Finsbury Avenue

City of London, EC2

2-3 Finsbury Avenue introduces a creative, world-class model of conferencing facilities to the City of London while achieving additional floor area on a site flanked by a listed building and the London View Management Framework.

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Bankside Quarter (Sampson House and Ludgate House) makes the most of its adjacency to the railway station, creating a new 1.4 m sq ft of mixed use urban quarter.

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Broadgate Circle

City of London, EC2

The Broadgate Circle is the multi-layered food and beverage hub at the heart of Broadgate in the City of London.

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The Broadgate Public Space Enhancements programme was a commitment to improving the public realm and connectivity within and around the prestigious Broadgate development.

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Employment Academy

Peckham, SE5

The Employment Academy transforms the former Poor Law Guardians of Southwark offices into award-winning facilities for variety of support and improvement programmes to the homeless and vulnerable.

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M3 undertook an initial feasibility review on options for acquiring additional space in the vicinity of King’s College’s Strand Campus to accommodate significant increase of projected student numbers.

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The creation and location of a new King’s College London campus at Canada Water opens up new opportunities for the university and contributes to the wider masterplan plan for the area.

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Mount Pleasant

Farringdon, EC1

Achieving planning consent for the c. 1 m sq ft residential-led mixed use Mount Pleasant scheme has been a culmination of strategic dexterity and considered execution over a number of technical, operational, legal, design and planning challenges.

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Nine Elms Parkside

Wandsworth, SW8

At the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration area, Nine Elms Parkside is a 2.5m sq ft residential-led development centred on the linear park extending from the US Embassy development to the planned Northern Line Extension.

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North East Quadrant

London, NW1

North East Quadrant is the second phase of the Regent’s Place masterplan, creating two new office blocks and private and affordable housing totalling 700,000 sq ft.

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Paleys upon Pilers

Aldgate, EC3

A distinctive addition to Aldgate, the sculpture was designed by Studio Weave to celebrate the London Festival of Architecture and London 2012.

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As the first phase of the Regent’s Place masterplan, Osnaburgh Street introduced a mix of uses to Regent’s Place by incorporating private and affordable housing along with Grade A office spaces.

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Regent’s Place

London, NW1

Over the last 15 years, Regent’s Place has transformed from an isolated commercial estate into a part of the city linking the local communities.

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The masterplan for Southbank Centre’s East Wing continued the extensive refurbishment programme for one of London’s pre-eminent arts and theatre complexes.

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Streatham Hub

London, SW16

Streatham Hub is the successful integration of an eclectic mix of uses, including new supermarket, residential, and leisure centre with reprovided ice rink adjacent to a listed church.

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The Jellyfish Theatre

Southwark, SE1

Designed by Berlin based artists, Kobberling and Kaltwasser, the temporary 120-seat theatre was built out of recycled and reclaimed materials.

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The Postal Museum

Farringdon, WC1

Due to open in 2017, The Postal Museum at Calthorpe House will provide a new home for its extensive archives and showcase for British postal history, including the transformation of the disused Mail Rail tunnels and platforms at Mount Pleasant into a visitor attraction.  

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Tsunami Memorial

Kensington, SW7

The Tsunami Memorial was unveiled in the gardens of the Natural History Museum in 2011 to commemorate the UK citizens lost in the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami disaster. 

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