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Staffordshire Architecture, UK

Key Buildings in the Midlands, central England Built Environment

post updated 25 Oct 2020

Staffordshire Buildings

Key Staffordshire Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Bird Street Gallery, Lichfield : Staffordshire Architecture Competition
Date built: 1998
Design: Stephen Hodder Architects

Chatterley Valley Blue Planet – Business Park
Date: 2007-
Design: Chetwood Associates
Chatterley Valley Blue Planet
picture from architect office
Chatterley Valley Blue Planet

City waterside development – masterplan, Stoke-on-Trent
Date built: 2007-
Design: NORD
Urban Splash competition

Darlaston Swimming Pool, Walsall
Date built: 1998
Design: Stephen Hodder Architects

JCB Heavy Products site Competition, Uttoxeter
Date: 2007-
Staffordshire design competition
Glenn Howells Architects and McDowell + Benedetti have emerged as the two preferred teams to develop a masterplan for the redevelopment of JCB’s Heavy Products site in Uttoxeter. An application for outline planning permission has already been submitted to East Staffordshire Borough Council for the redevelopment, which will significantly reduce heavy goods traffic in and around Uttoxeter.

Lichfield Arts Centre, Bird Street
Date: project – understood to be abandoned
Design: Erick van Egeraat Associated, Architects
This architectural practice are headquartered in The Netherlands.

Lichfield Cathedral Discovery Centre
Date: 2007-
Design: Kinetic AIU

Pleasure Garden of the Utilities, Stoke on Trent

Design: muf Architects
Stoke on Trent design
Stoke building image from RIAS re Convention in 2002

Redbrook Hayes School, Rugeley
Date built: 2006
Design: Walters & Cohen, Architects
Redbrook Hayes School, Rugeley Staffordshire
image from ING
Staffordshire building
Redbrook Hayes Primary School in Rugeley, Staffs, is a carefully considered response to the government’s Exemplar Schools Project. Designed by Walters and Cohen, an architectural practice with an outstanding record in delivering well-designed schools across the UK, the new school accommodates 223 pupils, as well as a nursery and local branch library for the local community.

Staffordshire Council
Date: 2009-
Design: 3DReid, Architects
Staffordshire County Council HQ
picture from architect practice
Staffordshire County Council HQ

Walsall Gallery

Design: Caruso St John Architects
Walsall Gallery
Wallsall building image: Helen Binet, from RIAS re Convention
Walsall building : Stirling Prize Runner-up 2000

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Location: western England, UK

County Architecture adjacent to Staffordshire

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Staffordshire building
Chatterley Whitfield Colliery – Regeneration, Stoke-on-Trent
1934; refurbished 2006:
Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects LLP
Grade II Listed buildings

Stoke on Trent project
Liza Fior of muf talked at the RIAS Conference in 2002. Fior talked of her bench-building project to build bridges in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, where the use of pottery being particular to the site was used in an unusual but rooted way – Pleasure Garden of the Utilities.

Other examples of Staffordshire Architecture welcome

Birmingham Architecture

Staffordshire buildings : Walsall

Birmingham Library building
Birmingham Library building

picture © Hayes Davidson

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English School Buildings

Building / photos for the Staffordshire Architecture & Architects page welcome

Staffordshire Architecture – page

Website: England