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New £80m Creative Arts building by architects Hawkins\Brown starts on site. It forms a major part of University’s £200m campus development plan. It will be home to 1,850 students and staff, who are currently spread across various separate locations in the city.
The first CGIs and detailed designs for groundbreaking Citu Home has been unveiled – a new timber framed housing system which will create one of the most airtight and energy efficient homes in the world.
Central Square development by DLA Design comprises 11 and eight-storey buildings that are joined by a sloped façade creating an atrium and winter garden. The mixed-use development offers office, leisure and retail spaces, and a sky garden.
The aim of the project was to upgrade the museum building to meet modern curatorial standards, encourage visitors into the ruins, and improve facilities. A glulam spruce central hall has been inserted into the existing L-shaped timber visitor centre.
Sky Digital Centre of Excellence designed by BDG architecture + design won the BCO Innovation Award: “simple, striking and vibrant space right on the waterfront is a natural fit with the building and its surroundings”.
Riverside Gallery and landscape design: Tom Stuart-Smith. The designs for the new garden are inspired by Barbara Hepworth’s love of the Yorkshire landscape and its unique location between a 21st century art gallery and 19th century textile mill.
Design: Ushida Findlay / Simpson Brown. The development considerably increase the amount of exhibition space, allowing a showcase of much more of the collections as well as hosting exhibitions of an international standard.
Foundation Myths at York Art Gallery – Art by former FAT architect Charles Holland. Previously he worked with artist Grayson Perry on architectural ceramics specialist, Darwen Terracotta and Faience on the House for Essex,
This was the second Harvey Nichols branch in the UK. The main store is in London with further stores now around the world. The site of the shop was formerly occupied by Empire Theatre by architect Frank Matcham, demolished in the 1960s.
Design: Jestico + Whiles, Architects. Unanimous planning consent received for this development. The former industrial site in the Holbeck Urban Village, a Conservation Area featuring several listed buildings, borders the Leeds-Liverpool canal.
Design: De Matos Ryan, architects. Founded in 1744, one of the UK’s oldest producing theatres reopens its doors following a £6m redevelopment. The project has transformed the building to serve a 21st century audience.