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The Miller Partnership News
22 Mar 2018
RIBA Northeast Awards Shortlist 2018
Ouseburn Road is one of twelve buildings shortlisted for RIBA Northeast Awards 2018 by Royal Institute of British Architects judges. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at The Museum Gardens, York on 24 May.
7 Nov 2011
Holmes Partnership and Miller Partnership Announce Merger
Two of Scotland’s largest and most recognised Architectural Partnerships have merged.
A new architectural practice, forged from two of Scotland’s longest-established and well-recognised firms, has been created comprising Glasgow-based firms Holmes Partnership and The Miller Partnership, to form a fresh national practice with a growing portfolio of international projects.
Reflecting the strong brand name of each firm the new practice will retain the names of the original founders and is now known as Holmes Miller. Each practice has a strong UK workload, with recent awards of significant public and private projects in UK, China and India.
The values ‘Dedicated, Open & Creative‘ will continue to be at the core of the new business. The new practice will continue to operate from purpose designed offices at 89 Minerva Street, Glasgow utilising ICT systems designed to support international workloads and time zones.
Miller Partnership – Major Designs
Featured Buildings by Miller Partnership, alphabetical:
Manchester United Stadium, Manchester, Northwest England, UK
Date built: 2006
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MUFC Building by Miller Partnership
This prestigious development designed by this architecture firm involves the construction of the north-east and north-west quadrants – unifying the stadium by reinforcing the `bowl’ concept on the upper seating decks and linking the main east stand to the north and west stands by a high quality facade.
Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Date built: 1994
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Scottish Rugby Stadium Building
Surrey County Cricket Ground – Redevelopment, south London, England
Date built: 2005
Brit Oval Stadium building image from architecture practice
Brit Oval London Stadium Building
The £23 m project designed by this architecture practice in Kennington for Surrey County Cricket Club involved the demolition of the existing stands at the Vauxhall End and replacement with a Stand over 4 levels and a main curved roof, including open air terraces and a living screen running around the façade of the Stand, resulting in an increase in ground capacity at the Oval from 18,500 to 23,000.
More featured buildings by this design practice, alphabetical:
K C Stadium & Sports Park, Hull, eastern England, UK
Date built: 2002
Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Midlands, central England, UK
Date built: 2007
More building information for this British design practice is welcome.
Location: London, England & Glasgow, Scotland
Miller Partnership – Practice Information
Architects studio formerly based in Glasgow, Scotland – this design office no longer exists.
Architecture in Scotland
Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:
Literature House for Scotland, John Knox House, Edinburgh
Winning Architects: Witherford Watson Mann ; Groves-Raines Architects Studios ; Studio MB
photograph © Daniel Lomholt-Welch
Literature House for Scotland
Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust has selected Stirling Prize winning architectural firm Witherford Watson Mann to lead the next phase of development at the Literature House in Edinburgh. They will be working in partnership with Groves-Raines Architects Studios and Edinburgh-based Studio MB.
Paisley Museum Building, western Scotland
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Paisley Museum Renewal
Plans to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class visitor destination telling the town’s unique stories, including that of the globally admired Paisley Pattern. This architectural project has taken a major step forward as The National Lottery Heritage Fund announced £3.8million of support for the project.
Edinburgh architects practice – design firm contact info
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