Midsummer Place, intu Milton Keynes Building, English Shopping Centre, Photo, Design, Store

Midsummer Place Milton Keynes

intu MK Retail Development design by GMW Architects, UK: Southern England Architecture Information

19 Feb 2010

intu Milton Keynes Shopping Centre, Buckinghamshire

Location: Milton Keynes, England, UK
Date built: –
Design: GMW Architects

Midsummer Place Shopping Centre

Midsummer Place, intu Milton Keynes Shopping Centre
photo Peter Cook © PeterCook/View

Midsummer Place is a major extension to Milton Keynes’ existing shopping centre, which forms the core of this New Town. Its design complements the heroic forms of the original with an equally modern, though perhaps freer and more varied series of spaces.

The link between this shopping centre and the existing retail malls, known as Midsummer Boulevard, gives the project a civic dimension. This space is the size of a football pitch and houses independent pavilions containing shops, restaurants and cafés. It is covered by an eighteen-metre-high wave-form roof with clear-glazed elevations.

Midsummer Place image / information from GMW Architects

GMW Architects

intu Milton Keynes Shopping Centre website: https://midsummerplace.co.uk/

Location: 67 Midsummer Place, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3GB, England, UK

Architecture in England

Contemporary Architecture in England – architectural selection below:

English Architect

English Shopping Centres – Selection

Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre, England
Design: various architects
Liverpool One
building image © Adrian Welch
Liverpool One Shops

Selfridges Store, England
Design: Future Systems Architects
Selfridges Birmingham

Trinity Quarter Shopping Centre, England
Design: EMBT+ Stanley Bragg Partnership
Trinity Quarter Leeds

GMW Partnership

Buckinghamshire Buildings

Buckinghamshire Building Designs

Stowe School Design Technology & Engineering Building
Architects: Design Engine
Stowe School Buckinghamshire England
image from architecture practice
Stowe School Design Technology & Engineering Building
The Design Engine scheme for a new Design Technology & Engineering Building at Stowe School has been submitted for planning consent. Stowe School has been based since its founding in 1923 in the historically recognised Stowe House site, formerly the seat of the Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos.

Prestwood Infant School, Moat Lane, Great Missenden
Design: De Rosee Sa and PMR
Prestwood Infant School
photograph : Jack Hobhouse
Prestwood Infant School
Much-loved children’s author Roald Dahl was the inspiration for a new dining hall and after school facility in Buckinghamshire’s Prestwood Infant School. The author – who lived locally – had already apparently based the head teacher Miss Trunchbull in his popular book Matilda on a former real-life head teacher at the school.

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Midsummer Place Shopping Centre image and building information

Website: Milton Keynes