On Monday in front of a crowd of journalists at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish revealed the club’s plans for a brand new Main Stand and improvements to other areas of the stadium.
This month saw the opening of new exclusive member’s club 'One Twenty' at Wembley Stadium. Earlier in the year we collaborated with architects KSS and produced a series of CGIs of the luxury interiors.
Currently under construction in Treforest, Cardiff, are the fantastic new facilities at the University of South Wales' Sports Park.
Liverpool FC have today released our CGIs showing the state-of-the-art facilities that fans can look forward to when their expanded Main Stand opens next season. The visuals showcase the plans for two new concourses, which will be the biggest at Anfield and will provide space for supporters to gather together and enjoy modern facilities before the game.
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 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.
Having been approached by one of the shortlisted design teams to help them in their competition bid to design a new home for Bath Rugby Club, our team immediately seized the opportunity to put their local knowledge, love of sport and fascination with stadium architecture to good use.
With a few days to go until final bid presentation, we were asked to produce a set of vibrant stills to encapsulate the design details and give a slick finish to the final submission.
When the Bristol bid team needed to visualise the concept of Bristol as a World Cup host city, they came to us to make a short film that would communicate the key host concepts and embed these in the minds of visiting delegation from the England Bid team.