Monthly Archives: October 2016

Study Trip to Zurich

14 October 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman went on a study trip to Zurich. The trip focused on buildings relevant to our current practice and included the new development ‘Europa Allee’ in the old goodsyard next to the city’s main station, the conversion of industrial buildings to mixed use buildings in Zurich West, and two art galleries: the new extension to the Swiss National Museum, and the Heidi Weber Pavilion by Le Corbusier.

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Fish Island project

14 October 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman has submitted a planning application for a new mixed use development located on Fish Island, an area adjoining the eastern edge of the Olympic Park, part of the London Legacy Development planning area, on behalf of the Aitch Group.The proposal involves the creation of four new buildings, which in turn define & create new public spaces & cross site routes. One new building is a landmark commercial building, with the other three being residential flat buildings over ground floor commercial space. The commercial space is a mixture of light industrial workshops, showrooms & a café, with 110 residential units over, in a development of approximately 160,000 sq.ft and up to 5-6 storeys in height. Architecturally,…

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Collection 2016

14 October 2016

The latest edition of the Collection has been published, making this the practice’s seventh edition to date. This limited edition publication captures the essence of another year in the life of BuckleyGrayYeoman, now in its 19th year. See the full publication here.

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Planning has just been submitted for a new gallery destination in London Museum’s district. BuckleyGrayYeoman is working with South Kensington Estates to create a world-class art market destination in South Kensington within buildings which once housed the studio of the celebrated Victorian artist Sir John Lavery. The design will provide both public and private exhibition space alongside support functions, storage and private viewing rooms required for the operation of the individual gallery businesses. The scheme has a targeted opening date of Spring 2019.

 

The Summary of Proposals can be viewed in the photo gallery.

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