29 January 2019
BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed its first project in Barcelona: Tanger 66, on behalf of UK and European Investments and Urban Input.
Located in the 22@ innovation district in Poblenou, a former industrial area that is the subject of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects, Tanger 66 has repurposed a mid-century industrial building to create 80,000sqft of workspace. The building was snapped up in its entirety by Hewlett Packard, which pre-let the building ahead of completion.
BuckleyGrayYeoman has also just won a competition for a second project in the city against a contingent of Spanish Architects.
The company has schemes in Madrid, Milan, Berlin and Stockholm, among other cities.
The firm’s European work has grown from 5% to 15% of its business in less than 18 month and are now aiming to stretch that to 25% in the next five years.
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