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.

Jerwood Gallery (Hastings Contemporary)

Jerwood Gallery is a museum of contemporary British art located on the Stade in Hastings, East Sussex and operated by the Jerwood Foundation, a privately funded charity. Opened in March 2012, the £4m gallery contains both temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of work by artists including L.S. Lowry, Augustus John, Stanley Spencer and Maggi Hambling. The new-build gallery is part of a wider masterplan to develop a new public space and community uses on a former coach and lorry park occupying a pivotal seafront site in Hastings Old Town.

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in north London is the only permanent outdoor theatre in the UK. During summer it opens its doors to an audience of 1,240 every evening. 

Battersea Arts Centre

We have been working over a number years on a rolling programme to upgrade the services, enhance the technical infrastructure and improve the thermal performance of the Grade II*-listed 6000m² Battersea Arts Centre, formerly Battersea Town Hall. 

Cambridge Central Mosque

The first ‘eco-mosque’ in Europe, representing a new landmark standard for spiritual centres across the world.

The Mill Road site includes a 1,000 capacity prayer hall, community kitchen and café, teaching rooms and two residential units, all surrounded by a cypress tree garden, that provides a rich, naturally-cooled microclimate within the harsh urban environment.

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