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Dogger Bank Wind Farm unveils design by Ryder Architecture for operations and maintenance base at the Port of Tyne, Newcastle, North East England: multi million pound O&M building to serve the world’s biggest offshore wind farm
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Newcastle architects JDDK Architects appointed to deliver £4m upgrade of seminal community architecture scheme, the Grade II*-listed Byker Wall estate, designed by architect Ralph Erskine,. The architecture firm was picked from six shortlisted teams.
FaulknerBrowns Architects’ scheme which represents a new approach to later living in the city has been approved . This will be the developer, PegasusLife’s, first scheme north of Manchester.
Northumbria University, in partnership with Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums and FaulknerBrowns Architects, will investigate how museum artefacts or historical events can be brought to life with input from members of the public, using technology in settings in and around the city.
BALTIC is a major international centre for contemporary art on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, England, opened in 2002. BALTIC presents a distinctive and ambitious programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presentation and commissioning of contemporary visual art.
Architects SimpsonHaugh and Partners have completed Verde, a dynamic 543 room student accommodation complex opposite St. James Park stadium in the heart of Newcastle City Centre.
The £5m redevelopment by Napper Architects of the historic site proposed by Fusion Lifestyle will bring the City Pool and Turkish Baths back into use as a modern facility while retaining the distinctive neo-Georgian features of the 1920s building.
One of Scotland’s pioneering architecture firms – TAP – has developed a design manifesto for the country’s burgeoning food and drink industry, aiming to bring the benefits of good design and architecture to manufacturing businesses.
Housing the University’s world-class School of Computing Science, the development will be at the forefront of urban innovation and includes a public performance space, a decision theatre for the visualisation and interpretation of urban data and a rooftop wild-flower meadow.
Jane Darbyshire & David Kendall (JDDK) has been announced as the practice that will undertake the major expansion of RIBA Enterprises’ (RIBAE) premises in central Newcastle. The practice was chosen from a shortlist of six firms following a competition run by the RIBA Competitions office and an interview with a panel which included RIBA President Stephen Hodder.
THE Core, the first building to open on Science Central. Owned by Newcastle City Council, The Core, which spans seven floors, will create approximately 2,750 sqm of serviced office space for high growth technology and science-based businesses, with additional event space for business networking and activities.
The Quayside was flooded on the afternoon of 5 December 2013 after a tidal surge saw the River Tyne reach its highest level for 30 years. The street closed from the Law Courts. Pubs and businesses were flooded as the waters of the Tyne rose and inches-deep water poured over the roads and pavements.
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