Abbey Wood - HUB Group

Abbey Wood is a landmark new development of apartments, hotel, commercial space and public realm in the London Borough of Greenwich.

Bishop's Palace House - Kingston Riverside

Bishop’s Palace House was formerly a drab 1970s brown brick car park and shopping centre in Kingston upon Thames’ Old Town Conservation Area on the bank of the river, next to the town’s Grade II-listed bridge.

Bridge Theatre

The Bridge Theatre is London's first new commercial theatre of scale for four decades. The 900-seat auditorium is the flagship home of the London Theatre Company, with Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr, who led 12 years of artistic and commercial success at the National Theatre, at its helm.

Bush Theatre

This long-running project with the Bush Theatre has achieved gradual improvements to the building over 6 years, and Phase 2 continues the integration of new with existing services.

Chichester Festival Theatre

The iconic, Grade II* Listed Chichester Festival Theatre was designed by Powell and Moya and opened in 1962. Based on Tyronne Guthrie’s Festival Theatre in Stratford, Ontario, it boasted the first modern ‘thrust’ stage auditorium in the country. Over the past fifty years it has been a hugely successful and influential centre for the performing arts and has been extended on a number of occasions to address changing demands, leading to a dilution of the original design.

Command of the Oceans at the Historic Dockyard Chatham

Command of the Oceans, a major, multi-award-winning project for Historic Dockyard Chatham, has secured the repair and preservation of a range of The Historic Dockyard’s Scheduled Ancient Monuments and of the 18TH century HMS Namur archaeological find, The Ship’s Timbers.

Covent Garden Opera Terrace Restaurant

The project involved the sensitive upgrade of an existing restaurant facility on Covent Garden’s famed Opera Terrace within the historic Grade II*-listed Market Building.

Farmiloe Building

The Farmiloe Building is a Clerkenwell landmark, once home to lead and glass merchants George Farmiloe & Sons, and central to London’s heritage of trade and commerce. An exemplar of the finest Victorian architecture, completed in 1868 by Browne & Robinson, the Farmiloe building features an italianate palazzo-style frontage, executed in Portland stone and polished Aberdeen granite inside.

Floating Cinema

Building on the resounding success of UP Projects’ pilot Floating Cinema 2011 project, Duggan Morris Architects won the Open Architecture Competition to design the next phase of the acclaimed venture, conceived to offer a permanent lifespan on the water.

Greenwich Design District

Skelly & Couch is contributing robust environmental engineering to a pioneering creative hub of 16 new buildings on the Greenwich Peninsula. The Peninsula is London's largest single regeneration project. 

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