Bournemouth University has announced plans for a new Gateway Building for their Faculty of Health & Social Sciences at their Lansdowne campus. We collaborated with the Architects Atkins and produced this fully CG animation showcasing the vision.
Earlier in the year we completed a CGI for a tower that is set become Wales' tallest building.
Planners have now approved the 42-storey development that will stand at more than 132m (433 ft) high. It will be built on derelict land near Customhouse Street just south of John Lewis and will house around 450 students.
Planning permission has been granted for Dublin's new children’s hospital on a campus shared with St James’s Hospital. It's been described as a “...truly watershed day for children, young people and their families,” Eilísh Hardiman, CEO of the Children’s Hospital Group.
Plans were lodged today for The New Children's Hospital, Dublin, bringing Ireland one step closer to having a new world-class facility.
We've been working with the internationally acclaimed Design Team led by renowned children’s healthcare architect firm, BDP...
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.
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...
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...
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.
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.
Our latest film showcasing plans for Swansea Bay’s Tidal Lagoon, has gone down a storm receiving over 12,000 web views in its first week of public release.
The piece - made up of film footage and CG animation - has been extremely well received, sparking much discussion across social media platforms and on numerous websites and blogs.
On 7th February, London architects EPR, won unanimous approval from Croydon Council’s planning committee to transform a disused office building – known locally as Nestlé Tower - into 288 residential apartments.
In advance of pre-application meetings...
Planning permission has been granted for The Blackstone Group’s new residential and office development at Colonial Drive, Ealing.
The schemes adjacency to Gunnersbury Triangle, a unique urban nature reserve, managed by the London Wildlife Trust, made the development a contentious issue for many local people
Our experience in creating artistic yet verifiably accurate imagery has proven to be influential once again with Fulham FC winning planning consent for it's proposal to redevelop the Riverside stand at Craven Cottage.
Regular visitors to Craven Cottage will tell you that the ground is ripe for improvement and, with final approval from the Mayor's office the final stage, the successful planning application will be able to deliver the promised benefits to local residents and visitors to the stadium.
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and Linden Homes have received full consent for their ambitious plans to redevelop the Nevil Road ground. Following refusal of an earlier application, architects have designed the scheme, reducing the overall height and addressing various other issues identified by the planning department.
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club had considered they might leave Bristol entirely should their plans be rejected a second time. They'd suggested Filton Airfield or Gloucester as alternative homes but were convinced that Nevil Road provided the best platform from which the club and cricket in the South West could develop.
The quality and availability of accommodation for London's student population looks like improving again after Generation Estates' project at 122-130 Goswell Road completes it's consultation phase.
Generation Estates continue to lead the field when it comes to student accommodation with their project at Ewer Street completing the final phases of the planning application.