Our images depicting "Jaw-dropping landscapes of the future" (Daily Mail), showered the internet and press yesterday promoting the launch of a new series of Impossible Engineering on TV channel Yesterday...
Last week we shot time-lapse photography of the unveiling of Bridget, a huge pop-art character and the face of new residential development, Bridge Quay, Bristol.
Adam Pratt, development director for developers Urban and Civic, said: "We are excited to be giving this landmark building in the heart of the city a new lease of life...
Congratulations to EPR Architects for shortlisting of 24 Savile Row for the International Design + Architecture Awards 2015 Office Category.
Curo Group's Mulberry Park Project at Foxhill, Bath, Wins Unanimous Approval
Great to see that Brook House, Tottenham by KSS is only 65 days away from completion. We assisted the scheme through the successful planning application, producing a wide range of imagery including AVR verified views and CGIs, as well as contributing visualisations throughout the design process.
Today was Skanska’s Future Day 2014 a major event in London bringing together some of the most insightful thinkers of a generation to consider the shape of our future cities.
Working with Skanska we produced a whirlwind of an animation taking the audience on a fast forward journey through mankind’s history ...
The derelict site at 101 George Street - formerly home to office block ‘Essex House’ - has been familiar to us for a number of years. Back in 2011 we were commissioned by Terrace Hill to visualise plans for their 258,000 sq ft, 17-storey office scheme - ‘Chroma’.
In April of 2014 developer Fairfield Ltd took up an option on the site and in June Rolfe Judd submitted plans on their behalf for the transformation of the site into a 305-flat skyscraper...
Crossrail has received a green light from the Royal Borough of Greenwich for Armourer’s Court, a development comprising of 400 new homes above the new Woolwich Crossrail station...
We’ve recently completed a fun student life fly-through to support Uliving in their winning bid for the University of Gloucestershire’s Pittville campus in Cheltenham.
Our stand-out-from-the-crowd flythrough featured cartoon students and allowed the developers to present their plans in an extremely fun and memorable way.
The awesome film we produced to showcase Skanska off-shore wind capabilities was launched this month...
Bouygues has been appointed preferred contractor on a Manhattan Loft Garden’s Striking 42-storey tower in Stratford, east London.
This success follows a string of winning bid that we've been involved with as our experience in the construction sector has gone from strength to strength.
A new initiative to help the civil engineering profession to work together to alleviate the effects of some of the huge challenges the world faces – from population growth and growing energy demands through to shortages in infrastructure funding – has been launched by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Kallos Gallery, selling some of the finest Greek antiquities in the world, launched this week.
The high-profile antiquities collector, Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza, commissioned our friends SO Creative...
Interdisciplinary consultants McBains Cooper have won approval for Dorsett's latest hotel project in London.
At the City of London planning committee meeting today, the plans for a 256-bed hotel that replaces the 60's office block adjacent to Aldgate tube station were conditionally approved, paving the way for delivery of the new building in 2015.
Feilden Clegg Bradley have submitted plans for a museum, exhibition and events space that includes the Mail Rail Experience - a journey through the little-known rail tunnel network that carried London's mail throughout the city until 2003...
Long term client Balfour Beatty have been awarded the £87m contract to build a major commercial and retail scheme that forms part of the £320m St James’s Market development in central London.
We collaborated with BB to produce two animations to support their bid.
We're utterly delighted to have been selected by the Victoria & Albert Museum and Nicholas Jacob Architects to assist in the development of plans for refurbishment of the V&A's North Quarter galleries.
Nicholas Jacob Architects were commissioned to provide coherent study of the condition of the building and its structure within the North East Quarter, with particular attention being given to any retained historic fabric within the North and South Courts.
Balfour Beatty continue their run of recent success in the London construction market, by winning the construction contract to build the next in a rapidly expanding portfolio of CitizenM hotels in London.
The design and construction team are now on site delivering the nine storey hotel of 370 bedrooms over eight floors.
Akkeron Group's ambitious plans for redevelopment of Home Park have received a massive boost with unanimous planning approval being granted by Plymouth councillors.
The plans will deliver new sports, leisure and retail facilities, including a state-of-the-art grandstand for Plymouth Argyle Football Club.