Centre Buildings

London School of Economics, London

Client:             Mace 

                      London School of Economics
Scale:             110 000 ft²
Complete:        2019

B+R Architects have been appointed by Mace as Executive Delivery Architect for the £80 million Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed London School of Economics Center Buildings.

London School of Economics’ core values of ‘Collaboration, Excellence and Innovation’, inspired the RSH+P competition winning design. These same virtues of collaboration, excellence and innovation have been repeatedly demonstrated in the delivery record of B+R Architects, making our practice the natural choice for Mace as Executive Architect.

Bellerby Quarter

Guildford

Client:         Metis Homes, Waitrose Ltd
Scale:         Community Centre 
                  3 Town houses
                  48 Apartments
                  36 000 ft² Retail 
Complete:    2016

 

A mixed use, town centre regeneration project in Guildford, Surrey comprising; 48 Residential Unit, 3 Townhouses, a new community centre and a 36,000 sqft commercial property.  The site was provided as a cleared plot through a joint venture with the local authority with stipulated development triggers requiring careful sequencing of the project.

Westpark

Shannon, Ireland

Client:          Westpark Shannon Ltd.
Scale:          2 400 000 ft²
Complete:    2007 - 2012

 

Part of the Shannon Free Zone, Westpark is a speculative commercial development that has become the symbol of the success of this area. Appointed at the outset of this ambitious project, B+R Architects have been a key partner in the phased design and delivery of multi-use buildings in the form of a campus for manufacturing, distribution, tech industries and headquarter offices.

Waitrose Midland Goods Shed

King's Cross, London

Client:          Waitrose Ltd.
Scale:          30 000 ft²
Complete:    2015

Waitrose Midland Goods Shed is a bespoke retail environment and Cookery School that has been tailored to respond to its unique location within the heritage core of the King’s Cross redevelopment area. The interior architecture and new retail concepts are designed to compliment both the monumental character of the Goods Shed and light filigree structure of the adjoining East Handyside Canopy.

Evelyn Grace Academy

Brixton, London

Client:         Mace Plus
Scale:         118 500 ft²
Complete:    2010

B+R Architects were approached by Mace Plus in 2008 to contribute to their team’s proposal to the DCSF for the delivery of the Evelyn Grace Academy, Brixton. Mace Plus had elected to appoint a an executive delivery architect as part of their bid and selected B+R based on our experience and ability to ensure best value and deliver projects on time.

Waitrose John Lewis at Home

Albion Way, Horsham

Client:          John Lewis Partnership Waitrose Ltd
Scale:         110 000 ft²
Complete:    2015

Building on our successful relationship working independently for Waitrose Ltd and John Lewis Partnership, B+R Architects were appointed to deliver the fit out of the joint Waitrose John Lewis at Home, Horsham. The brief called for a holistic review of the working methods of two brands to bring together the functions in both selling and non selling areas to drive spatial efficiencies and maximise operational savings.

Waitrose Dorking

South Street, Dorking

Client:         Waitrose Ltd.
Scale:          30 000 ft²
Complete:    2014

An holistic redevelopment of a whole block within the Dorking town centre conservation area.  B+R Architects successfully gained consent through a complex planning process to replace the out of character 1970s office building and community centre with a contemporary retail development where the scale and mass is responsive to the vernacular grain of the town. 

SKANSKA

London

Client:         Skanska
Scale:          Varies
Complete:    2012 - present

B+R as leading designers in the uptake and utilisation of BIM have teamed up with Skanska to offer contract and bid support on their projects.  We both operate from a philosophy that the client should always get the best from their appointed teams.  Our working relationship focuses around the utilisation of new technology and practices to drive safety, efficiency and concept to completion certainty on all projects. 

Harrods

Brompton Road, Knightsbridge

Working in both concept design and executive delivery roles B+R Architects / STAND have had the opportunity to collaborate on a wide variety of projects throughout this landmark building.  Utilising our expertise in managing listed building approvals alongside our design innovation and delivery assurance we can provide a tailored service flexible enough to meet each new commission. 

Head Quarters

171 Victoria street & 1 Carlisle PLace, London

Client:         John Lewis Partnership
Scale:         Undisclosed
Complete:    2004-ongoing

Following the acquisition of 1 Carlisle Place (Partnership House) for John Lewis expansion, B+R Architects were appointed to deliver the refit of the new premises and partial refurbishment of the existing, larger John Lewis Head Quarters at 171 Victoria Street. The scope required full reorganisation at Carlisle Place including new reception areas, staff welfare and all office areas.

Selfridges

Oxford Street, London

Client:         Selfridges & Co.
Scale:         Complete store logistics, infrastructure                   & selling support
Complete:    2005-ongoing

B+R Architects are currently working on this iconic retail destination in London’s Oxford Street as part of a framework of consultants.  The scope includes a comprehensive plant and infrastructure replacement programme for all of the Selfridges buildings within this city block.  
 

Old Woking

Surrey

Client:         Private Developer
Scale:         24 Residential Units
                  6 000 ft² Retail
Complete:    Viability

B+R Architects worked with the client and Local Authority to assess a difficult brown field site with neighbouring listed buildings. The suburban location combined with existing planning policy was used as the basis to draft a development brief for the client to test the viability of the project.

Peter Jones

Sloane Square, London

Client:         John Lewis Partnership
Scale:         355 000 ft²
Complete:    2004

B+R Architects were appointed as executive architect to deliver the existing planning and listed building consents for this project obtained by John Mc Aslan & Partners (JMP) for the redevelopment of the Peter Jones department store.