Review 2020-2021

How we
live now

While our homes and local neighbourhoods were sanctuaries during the pandemic, people are rediscovering everyday activities, often taken for granted in the past, such as a visit to the theatre, an afternoon in an art gallery or a trip with the family to an educational museum.

We have been fortunate enough to work on some exceptional projects over the last year which are helping to breathe new life into spaces and buildings where people can come together once again.

  • A glass-canopied courtyard forms the centrepiece of this classic London mansion block development
  • This year the hotel undertook a refurbishment of its bars and restaurants, adding new layers of comfort and luxury
  • The restoration of one of the oldest theatres in the world celebrates the building's long history and cultural legacy
  • A new cultural space in the heart of Edinburgh providing inspiration and opportunity for both artists and audiences
  • The mixed-use residential-led scheme will offer a holistic wellness club, private offices and Automated EV charging
  • The development will create a new destination in the heart of Chester, transforming its historic core and helping the whole city to thrive
  • Set in a former rubber factory, Edinburgh Printmakers is home to one of the largest printmaking studios in Europe
  • A new 33-storey residential tower block in one of the largest mixed-use regeneration projects in London
  • The 10-screen cinema will anchor the new development alongside new restaurants and retail
  • Blending new build with refurbishment, this once-in-a-generation project focused on opening up the building to create more exhibition and public space
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