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Architecture Guides in West Midlands – Exclusive City Walks tailor made for groups visiting Central England
post updated 24 October 2020
Birmingham Architecture Walking Tours
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Birmingham Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks
e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across the continent.
Our Birmingham guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Birmingham are all exclusive to each client.
Should you be planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip to Birmingham please contact us and we would be happy to take your booking.
New Birmingham Library building by Dutch architects Mecanoo:
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Birmingham Architecture – Introduction
The city is located in the West Midlands, central England. It is the UK’s second largest conurbation and with its industrial past is known for a large network of canals and factory buildings. There are some notable arts buildings – such as galleries and concert halls – and civic buildings. The city is famous for architecture such as Birmingham Library, The Cube, The Rotunda Conversion, Brindleyplace Buildings, New Street Gateway Project, Selfridges Birmingham and the Beetham Tower – 10 Holloway Circus.
Famous architects with buildings in the city include Mecanoo, Future Systems Architects, Foreign Office Architects, Ian Simpson Architects. Other key architects with work in the city include Make Architects, Glenn Howells Architects, Alsop Architects, Hodder + Partners, BDP, Broadway Malyan, Stanton Williams, Benoy and Aedas. Historic architects with work in the city include Richard Seifert & Partners and James Roberts.
Selfridges Birmingham store by Future Systems:
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Birmingham Architectural Walking Tours
Birmingham Architecture Tours can focus contemporary buildings or traditional buildings or both. The Birmingham Architecture Tour typically focuses on the key buildings in the West Midlands but our guides can try to assist with more specific architectural interests such as retail buildings or interior designs.
Birmingham Walking Tours
Contact us to arrange your West Midlands architectural tour: isabelle(at)e-architect.com / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814
Walks of this major English city can be combined with visits to Liverpool and Manchester, or alternatively, to the south, with Oxford, Cambridge and London.
The Cube Birmingham by make:
photograph © Make / Zander Olsen
e-architect organise British architecture walking tours in other cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, London, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Glasgow. We also have walking tour guides outside Britain in cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen and Paris. Contact us today for your architectural walking tour.
New Street Station Building design by AZPML:
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Birmingham New Street Station Reopening
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands, central England, UK
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University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre
photo : Paul Riddle
University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre Building
New sports centre for the University of Birmingham desighned by London’s Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands was one of two National RIBA award winners in the West Midlands in 2018.
National College for High Speed Rail
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National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham Building
This architectural design by Bond Bryan Architects won Highly Commended, Construction Project of the Year Award at the Insider Media Property Awards 2017.
Design: Glenn Howells Architects
Design: Ian Simpson Architects
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