5th Studio Architects, Cambridge Design Office, England, London Practice, Buildings Photos
5th Studio Architecture
Contemporary Cambridge Architect Practice, UK – British design office in SE England
page updated 19 Aug 2016
5th Studio Architects – Key Projects
Major Developments by 5th Studio, Cambridge, alphabetical:
Creative Exchange, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, south east England, UK
Date built: 2008
photograph : Tim Soar
Priory Park in St. Neots, Cambridgeshire has become home to a new publicly-funded creative workspace building designed by this Cambridge architects practice. The building will be the home of Creative Exchange, a new set of shared workspaces. The uncompromisingly contemporary building is thought of as being like a redefined English country house.
Darwin College – addition / redevelopment, Cambridge, southeast England
Date built: 2006
Park Royal, west London, England
Date built: 2008-
picture from architect office
Park Royal : Europe’s largest industrial estate to be revitalised
Proposals have been made to revitalise Park Royal, Europe’s largest industrial estate, in an innovative new public realm strategy put forward by award-winning practice 5th Studio.
Commissioned by Park Royal Partnership (PRP) and Design for London, and developed in consultation with three London Boroughs (Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham), the strategy looks at ways to achieve a radical change in the quality of the public realm of Park Royal.
Trinity College – Wolfson Building addition, Cambridge, southeast England
Date built: 2006
More architecture projects by 5th Studio Cambridge online soon
Location: Dales Brewery, Gwydir Street, Cambridge CB1 2LJ, England, UK & Wren Street, WC1, London
Cambridge and London Architecture Practice Information
5th Studio Office based in Cambridge and London, UK
News – 4 Feb 2008
5th Studio open their London Studio in King’s Cross
This architecture practice have opened a London studio in Wren Street, WC1 which enables them to take on an expanding portfolio of projects in London and the south.
The Cambridge and London studios will work in tandem with on-going exchanges between the staff.
Nathan Jones has been appointed a Director and will manage the London studio. Nathan studied at Cambridge University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and was awarded the RIBA President’s Medals Part II SOM prize in 2003.
He has worked on a range of architectural and urban projects at Allies and Morrison Architects and Stephen Taylor Architects. At Allies and Morrison, he was a key member of the team working in collaboration with EDAW, Foreign Office Architects and HOK on the development of the masterplans for the Lower Lea Valley for the London 2012 Olympic bid. With Stephen Taylor Architects, he was joint project architect for a £12m mixed-use building in Reading.
John Cain and Kieran Perkins have been appointed as Associates.
5th Studio Ltd was established in Cambridge in 1997 and has studios in London and Cambridge. The practice is built on the broad experience of the two principal directors Oliver Smith and Tom Holbrook.
This experience ranges from regeneration projects to award-winning public buildings. The architecture practice is one of the AJ Corus 40 Under 40, an award scheme celebrating a talented new generation of architects.
Cambridge Architecture Designs
Cambridgeshire Architecture Designs
Design: Urban Splash and Proctor & Matthews architects
image courtesy of architects
Regeneration specialist, Urban Splash, select Proctor & Matthews architects to partner on a Homes England project to deliver the first houses in the second phase of Northstowe, Cambridgeshire’s newest town and contemporary fenland village which will include a total of 10,000 homes once complete.
Cavendish III Physics Laboratory, Cambridge Science Park
Design: Jestico + Whiles Architects
image : Forbes Massie
Cavendish III Physics Laboratory Building
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