The Everyman Theatre is a RIBA North West National Award winner 2014 and is the winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2014.
At 72 storeys, The Shard is the UK’s tallest building and is so named because of its slender, spire-like shape covered with facets of angled glazing that intend to reflect light and the changing patterns of the sky.
Sustainability and legacy are two of the priority themes for the Olympic Delivery Authority and London 2012. The Aquatics Centre exemplifies these and delivers on iconic architecture too.
The self-compacted concrete structure of the Hepworth Gallery included a pigment, dubbed by the architect as 'Hepworth Brown'. Not only did concrete provide structure and aesthetics but its thermal mass is an ideal environment for its precious walls of artwork.
Greenwatt Way is a development of 10 homes constructed to Code Level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes and is part of a two-year monitoring research project to understand the real life, day to day experiences of low carbon living.
Houghton-le-Spring was the first healthcare project to achieve a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating as well as using innovative construction methods
The Sainsbury Laboratory was designed to bring together world class scientists and won the RIBA Stirling Prize 2012.
The concrete that created Clerkenwell’s landmark Angel Building incorporates 36% replacement material in its mix. This is not only good for the environment, but also great for the visual finish.
Undrhill House, built beneath a 300-year old derelict barn in the heart of the English Cotswolds became the first certified Passivhaus in England
The use of concrete at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre was fundamental to the low energy strategy for the building, combining natural ventilation and high thermal mass.