Old Vinyl Factory

Studio Egret West, AHMM and Duggan Morris Architects have submitted an outline masterplan for the £250 million redevelopment of the former EMI record factory in Hayes, west London.

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Clapham One

Our new Library Building in Clapham has opened its doors to complete the £80m Clapham One mixed-use regeneration scheme, which has transformed leisure services across two sites in Clapham Town Centre. The project was completed June 2012.

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Orbit Park, Moscow

Studio Egret West have designed a masterplan for the transformation of Khodynka Field (Khodynskoe Pole Airfield), Moscow’s oldest airport which closed in the 1990′s. Now a large and under utilised open space, OAO “Aviapark” (a subsidiary of the City of Moscow) have appointed Studio Egret West to prepare a mixed used framework for its future.

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Bromley South Central

Studio Egret West and Guy Holloway Architects have recently gained planning for Bromley South Central – a Public Private Partnership between Bromley Council and a Private Developer (Cathedral Group) to regenerate a substantial town centre site.  Continue reading “Bromley South Central” »

Newman Place

The site is formed from a whole city block spanning from street to street east to west. The urban design responds to this by creating a new street, providing a new route from one destination to another along with shops taking advantage of the footfall. To compliment this dynamic space there is a place to dwell, a new square for eating, drinking and just sitting to take a break form the rush of London – an urban oasis. The centre piece in the square is a new foodhall and restaurants, somewhere to explore on foot, but also to stop and sit.

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London’s Floating Village

From 2012, over 2000 people an hour could be landing at the corniche of London’s Royal Docks. A good percentage of these will be heading for an exhibition at Excel or will be looking forward to a few hours exploring the Siemens Pavilion – a £30 million conference centre for sustainable technologies. As more and more people start visiting and using the Royal Docks, London’s Floating Village aims to provide a new, exciting offer across the water itself.

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