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Retail case studies

  • Sainsbury's Supermarket, Greenwich PeninsulaSainsbury's Supermarket, Greenwich Peninsula, London

    The organic building form and low-energy approach of the Greenwich Peninsula Sainsbury's store represents an innovative rethink of supermarket design. Designed by Chetwood Associates.

  • Fulham IslandFulham Island, London

    With colourful elevational treatments and exotic landscaping, the Fulham Island development of homes and commercial premises brings visual excitement to the surrounding area. Designed by CZWG Architects

  • Charter QuayCharter Quay, Kingston-upon-Thames

    A riverside development combining homes, shops, restaurants and a theatre has turned Charter Quay into a new destination for Kingston-upon-Thames. Designed by John Thompson and Partners.

  • OakridgeOakridge, Basingstoke

    Oakridge is a village-style development of homes and community amenities, built to replace a 1960s estate. Designed by HTA Architects.

  • Tesco, LudlowTesco, Ludlow, Shropshire

    The innovative, contemporary design of the Tesco supermarket in Ludlow is sensitive to the town's sense of place and the surrounding countryside. Designed by MacCormac Jamieson Prichard.

  • Sainsbury Supermarket, DealSainsbury Supermarket, Deal, Kent

    The Sainsbury's store front has a soft appearance that reflects local character, showing sensitivity to the difficulties of locating a supermarket in an urban context. Designed by Lifschutz Davidson.

  • Issey Miyake Store, Conduit StreetIssey Miyake Store, Conduit Street, London

    The Issey Miyake store on London's Conduit Street embraces art and fashion in a light-filled building which breaks down the boundary between interior and exterior. Designed by Stanton Williams.

  • Duke of York SquareDuke of York Square, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

    The retail court and public space within Chelsea's Duke of York Square offers an inviting retreat from the King's Road. Designed by Paul Davis & Partners and Elizabeth Banks Associates.

  • The BullringThe Bullring, Birmingham

    The redevelopment of The Bullring retail centre was inspired by Birmingham's historic street patterns, with a series of malls, open spaces, covered streets and public piazzas. Designed by Gross. Max.

  • 40 Grosvenor Place40 Grosvenor Place, London

    The commercial development at 40 Grosvenor Place in London features handsome but discreet elevations that complement the surrounding buildings and spaces. Designed by HOK International.