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Contemporary Welsh Architectural Projects – Architecture – Built Environment

post updated 28 August 2021

Wales Developments – Property Information

Welsh Architecture Designs – chronological list

Contemporary Welsh Architecture – New Built Environment Information

Aberystwyth Creative Units

Arthur’s Cave Pop-up Hotel Cabin at Castell y Bere

Atlantic College Wales

Bangor University Pontio

Blackwood Bus Station

Blue Door Llanishen

Caernarfon Theatre Wales

Callaghan Square Cardiff

Captured Moments: Reflected Spaces Exhibition Cardiff

Cardiff and Vale College

Cardiff Architecture News

Cardiff Central Masterplan

Cardiff Buildings

Cardiff Interchange in Wales

Cardiff Library Building

Cardiff Story Museum Design Competition

Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre

Cardiff University Innovation Campus

Cefn Castell in North Wales

Coed Darcy Urban Village

Cowbridge Comprehensive School

Dr Evan Pierce Gardens

Ebbw Vale Learning Zone

Galeri Caernarfon

Getting Things Done in Cardiff

Glyndwr University Wrexham Competition

Hadyn Ellis Building Cardiff

House for a photographer in Pontypridd

Ice Cream Research Facility Black Mountains

Lawrenny Housing Hompetition

Livin Student Housing in Cardiff

WISE Building Machynlleth

Maggies Cardiff

Maggies Wales

Meridian Quay Swansea

Merthyr Learning Quarter

Mixed-Use Development for Cardiff Bay

Mostyn Gallery

National Assembly for Wales

National Museum Wales

New Purpose-Built Student Accommodation in Cardiff

New Sailing Academy in Pwllheli

Newport City Centre Campus

Newport Station

North Wales Buildings

Parc Hotel Cardiff

Queen’s Parade Masterplan Bangor

ReDesigning the Welsh Terrace Competition

Rhyl High School in Denbighshire, Wales

Richard Weston House

Roch Castle Pembrokeshire

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

Ruthin Craft Centre

Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff

Snowdon Summit Visitor Centre

St Fagans National Museum of History

Swansea Buildings

Swansea City Centre Regeneration

Swansea Masterplan

Teenage Cancer Trust Unit Cardiff

Ty Hedfan

University of Glamorgan Student’s Union

UWIC School of Management

Welsh Architect

Welsh Assembly

Welsh Medium 2FE School

Welsh National Assembly

Welsh Office Buildings

Welsh Passive House

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Cardiff University building Wales developments
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Welsh Architecture Designs – recent architectural selection below:

Museum Of Military Medicine, Britannia Park, Harbour Drive, Cardiff building designed by Scott Brownrigg Architects:
Museum Of Military Medicine Cardiff building design
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Museum Of Military Medicine
Scott Brownrigg’s design for the Museum of Military Medicine has received planning approval from Cardiff Council. The Museum of Military Medicine, currently based in a barracks in Hampshire, is set to move to Britannia Park off Harbour Drive, opposite the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay.

Cardiff Transport Interchange building designed by Holder Mathias Architects:
Cardiff Transport Interchange Wales Developments
image courtesy of architecture office
Cardiff Transport Interchange Development
A mixed-use development in the heart of the Welsh capital for local developer Rightacres. The project is being funded by Legal & General. The development is being delivered by construction company ISG.

Wales

This is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain, bordered by England to its east and the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea to its west. It had a population in 2011 of 3,063,456 and has a total area of 20,779 km2 (8,023 sq mi). Wales has over 1,200 km (750 mi) of coastline and is largely mountainous, with its highest peaks in the north and central areas, including Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), its highest summit. The country lies within the north temperate zone and has a changeable, maritime climate.

Welsh national identity emerged among the Celtic Britons after the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the 5th century, and Wales is regarded as one of the modern Celtic nations.
Source: wikipedia

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