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post updated 29 Apr 2021 ; 18 Aug 2016

Birdjohnson – Key Projects

Major Design by this architectural office:

The Deep extension, Hull, eastern England, UK
Date built: –
The Deep Hull building by Birdjohnson Architects
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Humberside Buildings

The Deep, Hull, Sammy’s Point, Hull, England, UK
Date built: 2002
Design: Terry Farrell & Company

The Deep is a public aquarium situated at Sammy’s Point, at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber estuary in Hull, England. It opened in March 2002.

Billed as “the world’s only submarium”, the tanks contain thousands of sea creatures (including seven species of shark), 2,500,000 litres (550,000 imp gal; 660,000 US gal) of water and 87 tonnes (96 short tons; 86 long tons) of salt housed in a building designed by British architect Sir Terry Farrell and built as part of the UK National Lottery’s Millennium Commission project.

The Deep is also a landmark centre for marine research. Staff marine biologists look after the animals in The Deep’s collection as well as carrying out research into the marine environment. In 2013, the aquarium was voted the best family place to visit in Hull.

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Location: The Avenue, 157 High St, Hull, HU1 1NQ, England, UK

Hull Architect Practice Information

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Science and Innovation Centre Hull
Science and Innovation Centre Hull, S&I

Solar Gate Sundial
Solar Gate Sundial Queens Gardens

Reckitt Benckiser Global Centre for Scientific Excellence in Hull
Design: Ryder Architecture
Reckitt Benckiser Centre for Scientific Excellence Hull UK
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Reckitt Benckiser Global Centre for Scientific Excellence
Designed by Ryder Architecture the purpose facility will take over as Reckitt Benckiser’s (RB) new £100m central hub for technical activities and creates a single location of expertise in formulation, analytical science and product innovation in Hull.

A Hall for Hull Installation
Design: architects Pezo von Ellrichshausen with artist Felice Varini
A Hall for Hull Installation - Humberside Buildings
photograph : Thomas Arran
A Hall for Hull Installation

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