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Central England Architecture Information – West Midlands Built Environment

Birmingham Building Developments

The Midlands Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Birmingham Architecture Designs – chronological list

11 Brindleyplace

Alpha Works in Birmingham

Ansty Business Park

3 Arena Central Building

Astley Castle Nuneaton

Barber Institute Concert Hall

Beetham Tower

Belgrade Theatre Coventry

Bentley Library

Beorma Quarter Digbeth

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Birmingham Architecture Walking Tours

Birmingham Buildings

Birmingham Office Buildings

Birmingham Bullring

Birmingham Concert Hall

Birmingham Library

Birmingham Library Building

Birmingham Library Competition

Birmingham Magistrates Court

Birmingham’s Mailbox Building

Birmingham New Street Station

Birmingham New Street Station Building

Birmingham New Street Station Reopening

Birmingham Wholesale Markets

Bournville College

Bournville College Building

Bournville Place

Bramall Music Building

Brindleyplace Building

Collaborative Teaching Labs at Birmingham University

Colmore Plaza

Coventry Buildings

Coventry Cathedral

Coventry City Centre Masterplan

Coventry University

Cundall Office Building

Digbeth Apartment Building

Dudley Evolve

Eastside City Park

Fort Dunlop

Friargate Coventry

Gensler Moves to Custard Factory in Birmingham

Grand Hotel Birmingham

Green Rivers Community Centre

Half Timbered Houses

Herbert Art Gallery Coventry

i9 Office Building in Wolverhampton

Icknield Port Loop Development

Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College

Left Bank Birmingham

Leicester Market Food Hall

Lex Walsall Waterfront

Library of Birmingham

Longbridge Factory Project

Longbridge Town Centre

MAC Birmingham

Made in Birmingham

Martineau Galleries Birmingham Development

Meat Factory Nottingham

National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham Building

New Birmingham Library

Newman University College

Newton and Arkwright Building

Northampton Buildings

Nottingham Buildings

Oakfield Road

One Central Boulevard Blythe Valley Park


Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Regal Tower

Rosalind Franklin Building in Wolverhampton

RSA Academy Tipton

Selfridges Birmingham Store

Sidney Stringer Academy

Smithfield Market Birmingham Competition

Soho Wharf Birmingham Masterplan

Spiral Cafe

St Lukes Ce Primary School

Strata Dudley

Strata Dudley Project

Teenage Cancer Trust

The Cube

The Foundry Leamington Spa

The Public

The Rotunda Birmingham

The Surface & Materials Show Programme

The Timber Yard Birmingham Housing

University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre Building

The Wall of Answered Prayer

Walsall Buildings

Wharfingers Cottage Walsall

Wolverhampton Grand Temporary Theatre Building

Wolverhampton Youth Shelter

Zero Carbon House

Location: Birmingham, West Midlands, central England, UK

Birmingham Building Designs

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Martineau Galleries Development building designed by Glenn Howells Architects ; Landscape Architects: Grant Associates:
Martineau Galleries Birmingham Architecture News
image courtesy of architects
Hammerson has submitted outline plans for the multi-million-pound regeneration of its 7.5-acre Martineau Galleries site in the heart of Birmingham, including a proposal to deliver 1,200 new homes.

Temporary Theatre for the Wolverhampton Grand building designed by Keith Williams Architects:
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre Temporary building
rendering : Lichfield
Keith Williams Architects’ proposals on an adjoining site currently occupied by a long redundant 1960s post office building, include a new adjoining studio form theatre, bars and public spaces beneath a lightweight steel framed sawtooth roof.

The Timber Yard, Southside
Design: Claridge Architects
The Timber Yard Birmingham Architecture News
image © Hurst Street Facade
A major development in Birmingham’s Southside district providing high quality homes for young professionals has received planning approval. To reinstate the city’s urban grain, Claridge ’s design involves opening up the 1.58 acre site, currently a disused car park, to create new public thoroughfares between its four boundary streets, complete with a landscaped courtyard garden and pocket parks.

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