Studio Egret West is currently working with Wandsworth Council to transform the Alton Estate in Roehampton. Continue reading “Alton” »
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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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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The Shoal is a public realm intervention, which aims to improve the urban continuity and legibility of the existing 1970’s Stratford Centre. In the 70’s, the Stratford Centre was created with a positive frontage to the existing high street to it’s south. With the introduction of the Stratford bus interchange, and later, the refurbishment of Stratford Station to the north, the ‘back’ of the centre, with its delivery bays and car parking ramps, became much more visibly public. Recently, the Olympic Park and the Westfield Centre entrances have been established to the north meaning that the ‘back’ has very much become the front: the entrance to Stratford.
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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. Along with Mott MacDonald and Hawkins Brown, Studio Egret West have been employed by Network Rail and East Croydon Council to undertake the design of a new footbridge as phase one of the East Croydon Masterplan, also by Studio Egret West.
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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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The Park Hill estate in Sheffield, completed in 1961 was initially famous for its radical vision: streets in the sky, spacious duplex apartments, wonderful views, district heating, modular construction systems.
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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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The Park Hill estate in Sheffield completed in 1961 was initially famous for it’s radical vision: streets in the sky, spacious duplex apartments, wonderful views, district heating, modular construction systems. This positive vision later became overshadowed and tarred by the disintegration of the estate’s public realm and the spread of anti-social behaviour.
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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.
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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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A design competition in collaboration with Tsolakis Architects in Cyprus to transform the site of the GSP stadium in Nicosia into a central park and public square adjacent to the new State Theatre.
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The Station we designed for the Sofia Metro competition picked up on some of the iconic materiality of the Capital, delivered through the organic nature of the station roof and the quality of pedestrian experience that transcends the pragmatic requirements of the Metro Station.
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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 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” »