Completed in 2003 by Stephen Fletcher Architects, Cale Street is an awesome project of remodeling and extending an 1840s townhouse. Located in Chelsea, this house was in a very dilapidated condition. Some new windows are inserted into the side elevation to bring a new life into this townhouse.
NEO Bankside: Residential Buildings with Coloration and Materials of the Local Architectural character
Located in the heart of the Bankside area of London, NEO Bankside has 217 modern residential units in four buildings ranging from 12 to 24 floors. Completed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partner in 2012, these hexagonal pavilions are arranged to provide residents with generous accommodation. The contemporary language in these buildings reinterprets the coloration and materials of the local architectural character.
This awesome building provides a welcoming ‘home away from home’ where people affected by cancer can find practical and emotional support. Located across Britain and abroad, Maggie’s Manchester is designed by Foster + Partners Maggie’s Centres. This building establishes a domestic atmosphere in a garden setting which is very comfortable for all people. Completed in 2016, the total area of the building is 730m².
Completed in 2008 by Marks Barfield Architects, Think Tank is the name of design ideas for the building in Lincoln. This project is a part of the planning process for the expansion of Lincoln University, designed as a small flagship building providing quality designed, a workshop space, and a managed office for appropriate start-up companies. It is a mixture of individual offices and workshops with comfortable general office facilities.
It is the Woking’s first museum and gallery and also a new kind of cultural center. Lightbox is designed by Marks Barfield Architects and completed in 2008, originated from a local group in the community. It contains galleries capable of displaying local artist’s work and international exhibitions. The interesting design of this cultural center building is its overlapping ‘snakeskin’ anodized aluminum panels that come in five shades of silver and gold.
When the existing Mawson Road mosque began to experience capacity issues, there was planning for a new mosque began in 2007. Marks Barfield Architects won a limited international competition through Cambridge Mosque with the concept of the mosque as a calm oasis within a grove of trees. It is the UK’s first green mosque with an awesome timber structure.
Completed in 2013 by Foster + Partners with 12,500 seats, The SSE Hydro offers a new entertainment destination within the redevelopment of Glasgow’s former docks. It joins the Clyde Auditorium on the northern edge of the River Clyde in the UK with 25,000m² of the total area. This building has a highly flexible indoor venue with a big arena that combines fixed, retractable, and removable seating.
It is the architect’s Founding Partners’ own residence in North London, United Kingdom. Hopkins House is 240 m² in size and a studio is also needed for the recently established architectural practice besides a house. Some construction techniques are used by Hopkins Architects while the internal planning of this project is flexible and also open.
A complete renovation and reinvention on a grand scale have been completed by Finkernagel Ross. Boscastle Road is a project located in London, United Kingdom, and designed to transform a dark house into a bright house with a new life. This project needs a complex series of applications, especially to secure its planning permission.