Tag : Glenn Howells Architects
26.04.18: Health and wellbeingSubscription
The latest AJ travels far and wide to bring you the best new healthcare buildings: Sergison Bates’s care home in Wingene, Belgium; a domestic violence refuge in Tel Aviv by Amos Goldreich; the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary by NBBJ with Ryder Architecture; and Glenn Howells’ TouchBase Pears building for deafblind charity Sense. PLUS We analyse architecture practices’ gender pay gap data ...
The AJ’s Retrofirst campaign now boasts 129 signatories, with John McAslan + Partners, Piercy & Co and ShedKM among the latest backers
Goldman Sachs has provided a major funding boost for Glenn Howells Architects’ plans to build a 42-storey residential tower in Birmingham
Birmingham City Council has approved £125 million plans by Glenn Howells Architects to build a housing-led scheme on a former factory site in the city’s Jewellery Quarter
Manchester City Council has rejected criticisms of the design principles outlined in a document guiding Glenn Howells Architects’ bid to replace a 1970s hotel in Manchester with a residential-led scheme
Glenn Howells Architects has won planning permission for Birmingham’s tallest residential tower – a 42-storey skyscraper on Broad Street
Glenn Howells Architects has won approval for a major office-led regeneration project west of Birmingham city centre
Glenn Howells Architects has drawn up plans for a 320-home mixed-use scheme in Birmingham.
Glenn Howells Architects has submitted plans for a 37-storey tower as part of a new 769-home scheme in Birmingham
In the latest of our Q&As with Birmingham-based architects, Fran Williams speaks to Glenn Howells to find out what he loves about working in the UK’s second-largest city