Historic environment case studies
The steel, glass and aluminium structure of the Southport Pier Pavilion complements the Victorian pier and provides a focal point for visitors throughout the year. Designed by shedkm.
The Whitby Abbey Visitor Centre projects a strong image of modern Whitby by incorporating high-quality contemporary design within the frame of a seventeenth century building. Designed by Stanton Williams.
A Grade II listed park in central Hastings, Alexandra Park offers a range of spaces with different characters, from natural woodland to formal rose gardens and long sweeping lawns.
The restoration of Southampton's Central Parks has created a safe, pleasant and stimulating environment that links different parts of the city centre. Designed by LDA Design.
The Rope Walks project has introduced coherent, pedestrian-friendly streetscapes and attractive urban squares to this quarter of Liverpool city centre. Designed by BDP.
The redeveloped public courtyard and terrace at London's Somerset House have helped it to become a major cultural attraction. Designed by Dixon Jones.
The Collegiate is a stylish residential development created through the radical refurbishment of a disused listed building. Designed by shedkm.
The Chronos housing development has introduced contemporary architecture to a deprived and congested area of East London. Designed by Proctor Matthews Architects.
The design of the Rockmill housing development takes inspiration from its riverside location and the adjacent listed water mill. Designed by Wilson Connolly.
At Raynham Court, historical materials and skills were used to create new homes that respect the character of the surrounding conservation area. Designed by The Johns Practice.
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