BuckleyGrayYeoman host a series of quarterly roundtable dinners, where leaders of a wide range of industries (Technology, Art, Government, Property, Design, Marketing etc.) can come together to discuss creative topics.

This quarterly dinner was about how art and design can enhance the identity and unique character of the City of London to attract the next generation of workers.

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One Poultry

21 November 2017

BuckleyGrayYeoman have been commissioned to re-establish the iconic One Poultry building as a Grade A Headquarter office and retail building. Read more here

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Department W

21 November 2017

 

Department W, the former Wickham’s Department Store is a building located on Mile End Road, in the heart of Whitechapel. This Iconic property was built in the late 1920′s and is well know for the holdout unit, which splits the neo-classical facade in two. Read more here

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BuckleyGrayYeoman have recently been appointed by developer First Base as masterplanner and architects for a new 300,000 ft2 mixed use scheme on the site of the former Amex House in Brighton. Early designs for Edwards Street Quarter show that the site will accommodate approximately 150-200 homes alongside around 150,000- 200,000 ft2 of commercial space. The centre of the site will feature a new landscaped square, while we will look into reinstate Mighell Street, which once cut across the site, providing a pedestrian route that will run through the centre of the development. The project is expected to be submitted for planning early 2018.

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Channing School, one of our projects in Highgate has been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival in the School- Completed Buildings category. The 1645 sq m project provides new sports facilities and sixth form accommodation in modern brick-built buildings that overlook north London from the school’s campus at the top of Highgate Hill. The designs for the leading independent day school adds three new buildings to the school’sestate, improving the sports, performing arts and sixth form facilities whilst remaining sensitive to, and building upon, its rich architectural and educational heritage. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s…

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