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The £900m Bishopsgate Goodsyard development in east London is to undergo a major redesign that will reduce the height of its towers.
PLP Architecture is no longer involved in the controversial £900 million Bishopsgate Goodsyard development in east London, and its two towers scrapped, as part of a radical redesign
FaulknerBrowns’ designs for a £53 million indoor sports centre at the University of Portsmouth have won approval from city council planners
This year’s winner is an interdisciplinary collaboration creating new ways into the industry for youngsters in the North East
The new centre houses both academic and sports facilities for students and the public
AJ100 practice FaulknerBrowns has lodged plans for a new 2,000m² indoor ski centre in Swindon
FaulknerBrowns Artchiects has received planning approval for a multi-million pound refurbishment of George Kenyon’s 1969 Grade II*-listed Newcastle Civic Centre
Newcastle City Council has chosen retirement developer PegasusLife with FaulknerBrowns Architects to redevelop the former Jesmond Dene Nurseries site
The National Centre for the Written Word in South Shields, Tyneside, features a 6.5m-diameter chandelier
Irina Korneychuk from FaulknerBrowns has won the 2017 Inspiring Graduate Prize.