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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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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Studio Egret West’s proposal for Cambridge Sporting Village and Community Stadium will provide a new sporting, recreational and educational facility for the residents of Trumpington Meadows, Cambridge, and the sub-region more broadly.
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East Croydon station is the second busiest interchange station in the UK (behind Clapham Junction) and the eighth most used station in the UK. We prepared a destination plan that encompasses the knitting together of two major developments coming forward, one on either side of the station. Not an easy task.
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In line with the Lower Ouseburn Regeneration Strategy and the Lower Ouseburn Valley Conservation Area Character Statement, our framework for Ouseburn Valley continues to grow the urban village that has evolved over time.
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Studio Egret West is the lead designer – masterplanner, architect and landscape architect – for 3000 new homes across 19 sites in Gateshead. We won the commission with a combined client team of Galliford Try and Home Group after 18 months of intensive competitive dialogue. One of the early phases of the project is the Freight Depot which sits close to the Baltic Quarter. It will be a bold new neighbourhood on the edge of a newly imagined and revived Gateshead.
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Bournemouth has all the right ingredients. Abundant sky; Beautiful beach; Charming town centre; Delightful gardens.
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Studio Egret West reached the last four of twenty in a competition to structure Harlow’s growth. We intended to follow an evolutionary approach at Harlow. To begin by giving Harlow’s future communities a new paradigm for growth and new, sustainable designs for living will follow.
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St Petersburg has a fascinating history and appears to be entering the super st Century full of optimism. We understand that over the last decade great energy has gone into preservation efforts in the historic centre and as a result a modern St Petersburg architecture has not fully emerged.
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Studio Egret West worked in collaboration with Tshinghua University and Farrells to develop a conceptual masterplan for the Central Culture District in Beijing.
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