We are delighted to be shortlisted for the NLA Awards with three projects: The Passage, Technique and Black&White. Winners will be announced at the NLA Annual Lunch at The Guildhall on Wednesday 5 July 2017.

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Again this year BuckleyGrayYeoman is actively taking part in the London Festival of Architecture with an Open Studio and a talk. Friday 16th June | OPEN STUDIO ‘Shoreditch through the years 1997-2017 2017 is the 20th anniversary of BuckleyGrayYeoman. As a tribute to this,  we would like to ‘celebrate the last 20 years of Shoreditch’ which has been our home since we began. Our open studio will hold an exhibition called with our Shoreditch projects to illustrate how the area has evolved to attract the young, creative demographic that it is now renowned for. Read more here. Wednesday 21st June | TALK ‘ A home for Art in…

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In the recent RICS Awards, The Passage was highly commended in the community benefit category. Find the full list of winners here.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has been shortlisted for the AJ100 Clients’ Choice Awards. The winner will be announced at the annual AJ100 award ceremony on Wednesday 14th June.

Also on the list are Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Allies & Morrison, EPR, Eric Parry Architects, Make Architects, WilkinsonEyre.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has submitted a planning application to convert a former printworks and gin distillery in Clerkenwell into a new art-led creative hub on behalf of General Projects and Northern & Midland Holdings. The project for the building currently known as Laser House will create a landmark new gallery, Art House, alongside 78,000 sq ft of offices aimed at the creative industries and retail at 132-140 Goswell Road in Clerkenwell. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design proposes a dramatic re-imagination of the existing 1960’s building. The outdated office provision on the 0.2ha site at Laser house will provide modern offices and retail space, with activated street frontages along Pear Tree Lane and Goswell Road. When…

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