AJ100 2018

14 June 2018

BuckleyGrayYeoman continues to climb up the scale of the top 50 UK architectural practices. With 52 architects, the practice is now No.40 in The AJ100 2018- up another 4 places from last year’s awards.

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New London Awards 2018

11 June 2018

We are delighted to announce that Herbal House has been shortlisted for the New London Awards 2018. You can also vote for the project in the People’s Choice Award here.
Take a look at the project here.

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Summit House

5 June 2018

Summit House is a Grade II listed building within the Bloomsbury Conservation Area of the London Borough of Camden.The project developed quickly from feasibility to completion within 16 months. The completed project unifies three separate buildings to create large open plan office floorplates, transforming the original into a vibrant office building fit for the demands of the 21st Century.

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To mark more than two decades of commitment within the built environment, we appointed photographer Lewis Khan to create ‘Open House’. It is a photographic journey across one of the world’s most dynamic cities, through the lives of people who work, study, or live in some of our most significant London Buildings. This collection of powerful portraits celebrates the diversity and spirit of their residents: from students and office workers, to the homeless and designers. By peering into a mix of people, businesses, and lifestyles, ‘Open House’ creates a human mosaic highlighting the multifaceted allure of London’s occupants.   About Lewis Khan Lewis Khan b.1990 is a photographer from London working…

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The construction has formally commenced at 77 Coleman Street, an office and retail space in the heart of London. The development will provide office space in the City of London, directly overlooking Coleman Street Gardens and less than a minute’s walk from the new Elizabeth Line station at Moorgate. The building, with offices arranged over ground and seven upper floors, will include 13,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, accessed off Moorgate, and a new pedestrian link connecting Coleman Street with Moorgate will be created by extending Nun Court, giving pedestrians a quick and bright route through a dense urban block in a popular part of London.

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