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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.
The prototype for 29 freestanding totem signs has been unveiled outside Shudehill Interchange in Manchester city centre. The project is led and managed by WW+P and designed in collaboration with Spaceagency.
National Apprenticeship Week (March 4-8) is an annual event designed to celebrate the positive impact of apprenticeships on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. This year for the first time, architecture students are participating, following the approval last July of both Level 6 and Level 7 architecture apprentice standards, developed by the RIBA with UK practices.
Rob Naybour will be sharing his experience of working on high profile rail projects both in the UK and abroad at the High Speed Rail Workshop in Budapest on Thursday February 21, organised by the UK Department of International Trade.
A new thoroughfare below the additional platforms in the former Eurostar terminal opens today (Thursday January 31). It is the latest phase of redevelopment at Waterloo station being delivered using an innovative alliancing model comprising WW+P, Aecom, Mott MacDonald, Network Rail, Skanska and Colas Rail (Wessex Capacity Alliance).
Designs by WW+P and William Matthews Associates for a replacement London Underground substation and vent shaft at Euston, have been revealed by HS2. The cube is the first major structure to be built as part of the transformation of the station ahead of the arrival of high speed services in 2026.
We are delighted to have been appointed to the new Homes England Multidisciplinary Framework which will enable procurement of £100m worth of services – as part of a team led by multidisciplinary specialists Pell Frischmann.
In the third and final in this RIBA series, David Nelson, Senior Executive Partner Head of Design at Foster + Partners; Ian Mulcahy, Principal at Gensler and Yasmin Al-Ali Spence, Director at Wilkinson Eyre, will share their insight and experiences of exporting their services abroad.
Gatwick Airport’s Accessibility Manager Sarah Marchant came in to the studio this week to tell us about her role in helping to improve the passenger experience, particularly on improving accessibility for travellers with hidden disabilities such as dementia.