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post updated 20 Apr 2021

Adam Khan Architects – Key Projects

Major Architectural Projects, alphabetical:

Brockholes Wetland and Woodland/Nature Reserve, East of Preston, Lancashire, north west England, UK
Dates built: 2008-12
RIBA Design Competition
Brockholes Building Preston Adam Khan Architects
photo : Ioana Marinescu
Brockholes Wetland and Woodland / Nature Reserve – a major new building near Preston in the River Ribble Valley
RIBA Awards 2012 Citation:
The visitor centre at Brockholes is a cluster of buildings set in a lake on a floating pontoon, which responds to changing water levels in the flood plain. The architect has broken down what is a sizeable scheme into a simple and engaging village of buildings – restaurant, a shop, an exhibition hall, an education centre, and a conference centre – designed to celebrate the natural environment. Each cube or rectangle of accommodation has a barn-like roof creating an animated skyline floating above the lake.

Brockholes Visitor Centre
photo © Ioana Marinescu

Previously:

Adam Khan Architects won the RIBA competition to design a new visitor facility for the Brockholes Wetland and Woodland Nature Reserve near Preston in Lancashire. The vision for Brockholes was to design a suite of visitor facilities to inspire and encourage people to visit the site and engage with the natural world

New Horizon Youth Centre, London, England

New Horizon Youth Centre building by Adam Khan Architects
photo © David Grandorge
The scheme is exemplary in its understanding of client needs, its engagement with users and the way in which a small new building entirely transforms its immediate environment.
2012 Civic Trust Awards – Shortlisted

King’s Square refurbishment, Gloucester, England
2008
RIBA competition Finalist
with Land Use Consultants & General Public Agency
Kings Square Gloucester
Gloucester is renewing itself with a substantial programme of regeneration. An integral part of the wider scheme is the transformation of King’s Square, the city’s largest and most important public space. This will become the city’s main gathering and meeting place as well as the premier venue for outdoor entertainment. The promoters have high aspiration for a design that is creative and practical, respects the city’s historic context and at the same time creates a thrilling and distinctive contemporary sense of place. The competition seeks a multi-disciplinary design team to work closely with the promoters to design and deliver the project.

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Location: 4 Northington Street, London WC1N 2JG, England, UK

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Brockholes Nature Reserve design by Adam Khan Architects
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Key Awards:
Civic Trust 2012 Special Award for Sustainability – Brockholes Visitor Centre
Civic Trust 2012 Award – Brockholes Visitor Centre
Civic Trust 2012 Commendation – New Horizon Youth Centre

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Windward House in Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, South West England
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
Windward House Gloucestershire by Alison Brooks Architects
photo © Paul Riddle
Windward House, Gloucestershire

Stanyard’s Cottage, Surrey, southeast England
Design: Alter & Company
Stanyards Cottage Surrey
photograph : Jim Stephenson
Stanyard’s Cottage in Surrey

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