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post updated 23 September 2021
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TODD Architects News arranged chronologically:
23 Sep 2021
The Loft Lines, Queen’s Island, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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The Loft Lines, Queen’s Island Home
Planning application submitted for 780 new homes at Queen’s Island in the heart of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. On approval, the multi-million-pound scheme known as The Loft Lines would become one of the largest new residential construction projects in the UK and forms part of Belfast’s wider ambition to deliver over 31,500 new homes in the city by 2035.
21 Oct 2020
Bedford Yard Belfast aparthotel and office Building, Northern Ireland
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Bedford Yard Belfast
Planning permission won for Bedford Yard, an aparthotel and office development in the heart of Belfast City centre, opposite the BBC’s HQ on Ormeau Avenue. The project involves refurbishing a vacant four-storey red brick former warehouse and adding a newbuild structure behind.
6 Aug 2019
New Flats in Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, England, UK
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New Waltham Cross Flats
Totaling approximately 8,800 sqm, the mix of one and two bed units, alongside a number of three bed family homes, will sit above The Pavilions Shopping Centre in the heart of the town.
28 May 2019
New Principal to expand TODD Architects’ London office
TODD Architects makes Parfitt fit for London office
TODD Architects, one of the UK’s leading 100 practices, is delighted to announce the appointment of Katie Parfitt as Principal of its London office. Katie will head the team at the practice’s premises in Fitzrovia, developing new clients as well as running the office and working with colleagues on individual projects.
Explains Katie: “Although TODD Architects have had an office in London since the late 1980s when Barrie Todd was one of the first architects to set up in Clerkenwell, we’ve remained relatively small, using resources from across the practice to support our clients. Whilst that’s allowed us to offer a huge breadth of experience across all sectors and throughout the UK, my role is to expand our presence in the capital and develop the London office team.”
Previously an Associate at Stride Treglown, Katie is a qualified Architect and has worked on a range of projects including several schools in London, student accommodation schemes in Brighton and Southampton, and challenging mixed use residential and retail developments in London and across the UK. In addition to her architectural qualifications, Katie also holds a masters in Project Management.
Continues Katie: “I was attracted to architecture from my first work experience placement at a practice in Cardiff. I love listening to people, what they want from a building, and using my skills to meet or indeed exceed their expectations. At TODD Architects, the quality of their designs and their focus on creating user centred buildings, really fitted into that view. And working with a lively, energetic and imaginative team also makes my job immensely enjoyable and rewarding.”
TODD Architects London office currently supports a range of clients in a variety of sectors, with existing projects including the continuing redevelopment of Bristol Airport, a 70,000sqft office building in Brighton and the delivery of some 600 apartments for leading London developer Ballymore at Royal Wharf in East London.
Concludes director Peter Minnis: “Katie’s appointment will drive our London office growth, further enhancing TODD Architectss offer of technical expertise and innovative design across the UK. With the continuing confusion attendant on the UK’s exit from the EU, we believe our structure, with offices in Dublin, Belfast and London, puts the practice in an ideal position to support our clients during the process and whatever its outcome.”
20 May 2019
The Mercantile office development, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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The Mercantile office development Belfast Building
TODD Architects is pleased to report that construction work is about to commence on The Mercantile office development in Belfast following approval by Belfast City Council.
18 Feb 2019
Omagh Integrated Primary & Nursery School, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
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Omagh Integrated Primary & Nursery School Building
Newbuild Omagh IPS, Ulster, completed – combining with the adjacent existing Drumragh College, forms the first Integrated Education Campus serving the Tyrone region.
31 Aug 2018
Rathview Mental Health Facility, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
photo © Chris Hill Photography
Rathview Mental Health Facility
Completed for the Western Health and Social Care Trust, the architects carefully designed Rathview to break down traditional, preconceived ideas of mental health facilities, offering a fresh, residential approach in a peaceful countryside setting.
21 Jul 2017
Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Design: TODD Architects with Hall Black Douglas
photograph © Chris Hill Photography
Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex in County Tyrone
Sitting on a greenfield site on the outskirts of the town, this innovative scheme replaces the previous 118-year old Tyrone County Hospital, delivered under a three year contract by local contractor McLaughlin & Harvey.
AJ International Practice of the Year 2017
This design firm is named International Practice of the Year 2017 by the Architects’ Journal (AJ).
16 Mar 2016
431 Architecture – Architects Alliance
Stride Treglown, Keppie Design and Todd Architects have announced they are to form a unique Alliance that they believe will help them win significant new business.
The new venture, named 431 Architecture, will offer clients access to 18 studios and a team of over 500 staff covering the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland.
TODD Architects – Key Designs
23 Mar 2012
Architect & Lead Consultant: TODD Architects
Concept Design: CivicArts / Eric R Kuhne & Associates
photo : Christopher Heaney
The Titanic Belfast project is viewed as the iconic centrepiece of the Titanic Quarter Regeneration Project which encompasses approximately 75 hectares of waterfront, former industrial brownfield lands to the south side of the River Lagan in Belfast City Centre.
25 Jun 2012
Public Records Office of Northern Ireland
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Public Records Office of Northern Ireland
This is a civic building with a public face and a clear and direct internal organisation that relays the narrative of the past and the security in which it is being preserved for the future. The records are held within a concrete citadel that is wrapped by well day-lit spaces containing the reading rooms and circulation.
25 Aug 2011
The Boat, Belfast, Northern Ireland
photo : Chris Hill Photographic
The Boat Belfast
Knockbreda Centre, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Architect: Penoyre & Prasad LLP with TODD Architects
Client: South & East Belfast Trust
Awards: 2009 RIBA Award Winner, 2009 Design & Health International Academy Awards, Winner of Best International Health Project (under 40,000sqm)
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Location: Titanic House, 6 Queens Road, Belfast, BT3 9DT
Belfast Architects Practice Information
Architect studios based in Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and England, UK.
This architects practice was established in 1976 and operates from offices in Belfast, Dublin and London. It has a wealth of experience in healthcare, residential, education and commercial projects, and offers space planning and interior design in addition to its core services of architecture and planning. Projects include the new Belfast Waterfront Exhibition and Conference Centre and Bristol Airport East Terminal Extension.
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