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Queen’s Award win for exporting world-class city shaping design
Planning permission and Listed Building Consent has been granted for our scheme at Fenchurch Street station, which will transform the Grade II listed building and its environs into a new destination for the City of London.
Our Head of Masterplanning Simon Catton led a walking tour around Bristol's Temple Quarter and Templemeads station environs for a group of investors and developers, part of a wider event exploring the city’s ambitions and opportunities organised by Bristol City Council, on Monday September 16.
WW+P has designed and completed 66 new homes on Camberwell Green for Peabody, 110 years after the housing provider commissioned an architectural design competition to build the historic Camberwell Green Estate.
Crossrail has released their latest film on progress at Woolwich Elizabeth line station, which is being designed and delivered by WW+P. It shows a substantially completed station and urban realm, including the unique external architectural features which capture the area’s military history and heritage buildings.
Generator, an initiative which encourages our younger members of staff to build lasting relationships with peers across the built environment sector, was officially launched on August 1, with a thought leadership and networking event at Valentine Place.
Residents and visitors to Manchester city centre are benefitting from a new easy to use wayfinding system; the culmination of an innovative project led and managed by WW+P and designed in collaboration with Spaceagency.
The Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne has achieved a major milestone, with the project’s first tunnel breakthrough. Three massive machines called roadheaders – each weighing more than 100 tonnes – have met 300 metres underground after months of around the clock excavation.
Chris Williamson’s personal commentary on the UK’s exit from the European Union in sculptural form, is on show at the Salon des Refusés Exhibition, at the Joseph Wales Studios in Margate from July 25 to August 8.
WW+P has marked a decade of collaborative working at Paddington Station with the production of a new film about the flagship Paddington Integrated Project (PIP).
PIP brought together four separate projects: a new taxi facility as critical path enabling works for Paddington Crossrail; a higher capacity London Underground station to serve the reconfigured Circle Line; a new entrance from the north to all parts of the station serving demand from Paddington Basin, and the design and future-proofing of an over-site development.
We’re delighted to be shortlisted in the New London Awards 2019 Public Spaces category for King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore. The project will appear in the New London Architecture exhibition and publication showcasing the capital’s very best new architecture, planning and development as selected by an international jury.
WW+P has just received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) in recognition of our outstanding international growth; successfully exporting our experience designing some of the UK’s most significant city-shaping projects to Australia, North America and the Far East.
WW+P are runners up in a competition to design a new commemorative bridge over the River Liffey for the Irish National War Memorial Gardens in Islandbridge, Dublin. The open international competition, launched in November 2018, received submissions from 61 architectural practices from nine countries. Our entry was supported by engineers AKTII.