The go-ahead has been given for plans to create innovative new workspace at Wapping Wharf, Bristol’s popular new harbourside neighbourhood.
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.
Alec French Architects were appointed to design a program of phased extensions to The Corsham School, in Wiltshire, addressing rising school space demands in the area. The aim is to create a high quality and sustainable school for the future.
We're proud to announce that our recent projects are currently shortlisted for the following awards: Redcliffe Parade Category: Residential Development of the Year (for Change Real Estate) Winner: Michelmores 2018 Residential Development of the Year 2018 (35 Units and Under) Crux Product Design HQ Category: Commercial Fit Out of the Year [...]