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31 May 2022
Studio Nencini, Newmarket Road Conservation Area
Design: Alder Brisco, Architects
Studio Nencini Norwich by Alder Brisco
photo : Nick Dearden
Studio Nencini Norwich

30 May 2022
BlueSky Barn, Church Farm, north west Norwich
Design: 31/44 Architects with Taylor Made Space
BlueSky Barn Norwich, Norfolk by 31/44 Architects
photo : Nick Dearden
BlueSky Barn Norwich
Blue Sky Barn has a split personality: on the one hand it embodies a fantasy, luxurious weekend house, evoking the emancipation and excitement of a family holiday, complete with transplanted ancient olive tree. What started out as a weekend house has become, over the Covid crisis, a permanent family home, and the design has been able to adapt and mature to support that shift from fantasy to everyday living.

21 Apr 2022
Anglia Square Redevelopment
Design: Broadway Malyan
Anglia Square Norwich aerial view
picture from architecture practice
Anglia Square Norwich redevelopment
Broadway Malyan led on the development of fresh proposals for the site, which are looking to bring forward retail, business, and community spaces together with up to 1,100 new homes.The new Anglia Square is intended to be a pedestrian friendly space and has been specifically designed to reflect the site’s unique heritage, complete with references to Norwich’s existing architecture.

30 Oct 2019
UEA Institute of Productivity Building, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park
Design: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
UEA Institute of Productivity Building Norwich
image from Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
UEA Institute of Productivity Building
In creating a home for UEA’s new Institute of Productivity, Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects have removed later additions to reveal hidden details of Denys Lasdun’s original building – creating a state-of-the-art home for a new generation of “Visible Engineers” – a space where engineering activity and its ability to help solve the problems of today are made proudly visible.

9 Oct 2019
Goldsmith Street – Stirling Prize 2019 Winner
Design: Mikhail Riches
Goldsmith Street Housing Norwich
photograph © Tim Crocker
Goldsmith Street Housing in Norwich
The estate is made up of almost 100 ultra low-energy homes for Norwich City Council.

27 Jun 2012
Norwich Research Park Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia
Design: Architype Architects
UEA Low Carbon Building
picture from architects office
NRP Enterprise Centre
Architype, in a team led by main contractor, Morgan Sindall plc, has won the design competition for the University of East Anglia (UEA) for a major new exemplary low carbon building, to be known as the NRP (Norwich Research Park) Enterprise Centre.
The building will be a hub for joined-up low carbon thinking, enhancing UEA’s reputation for sustainability, and will act as stimulation for the regional economy through its contemporary use of local natural materials and products.

Norwich Architecture

Key Norwich Building Projects, alphabetical:

Forum building
Dates built: 1996-2001
Design: Hopkins Architects
Forum building Norwich : Michael Hopkins

Greyhound Opening site – housing development competition
Date built: 2008-
Design: Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects
Norwich design competition
picture from architects
Norwich design competition

Norwich Cathedral Refectory, 12 The Close
Dates built: 1995-2004
Design: Hopkins Architects
This building development was developed for The Dean & Chapter of Norwich Cathedral
Civic Trust Awards 2005

Norwich Theatre Royal Refurbishment, Theatre St
Date built: 2007
Design:Tim Foster Architects

Open Academy Norwich
Date built: 2008-
Design: Sheppard Robson
Open Academy Norwich
picture from architects
Norwich Academy : design competition winner

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
Date built: 1978
Design: Foster + Partners

Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts Extension, University of East Anglia, southeast England
Date built: 2006-
£10m; original building by Norman Foster from 1991

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University of East Anglia Campus
Date built: 1962-68
Denys Lasdun Architects
Ziggurat concrete blocks in a harsh brutalist style

Norwich Cathedral Visitors Centre : Wood Awards 2004 Winner

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