The reputation of the practice continued to rise from the outset of the new Millennium.
The 1990s saw the Alec French Partnership build on the new design direction which began in the preceeding decade. A wide range of award winning projects covering an ever broadening number of sectors would help redefine the practice.
During the 1960s, the range of buildings the practice delivered continued to evolve. A number of speculative and end-user office buildings were developed alongside purpose-built university buildings, wine cellars, and more. The architectural style also evolved into a much more modernist approach characteristic of the decade as witnessed across the country.
The go-ahead has been given for plans to create innovative new workspace at Wapping Wharf, Bristol’s popular new harbourside neighbourhood.