Nottingham Architecture: East Midlands Buildings

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Nottingham Buildings : East Midlands Architecture

Key Buildings / Projects in the East Midlands, England, UK Built Environment

page updated 12 Aug 2016

Nottingham Building – Latest Designs

‘The Orchard’ – Eco Hotel – University of Nottingham, England
The Orchard Eco Hotel Nottingham University
photo from architect
Eco Hotel – University of Nottingham – 9 Jan 2013
A new eco-friendly hotel, ‘The Orchard’, has opened for business on The University of Nottingham’s main campus. The £20m building was funded entirely by the University.

Isover House Contest – Nottingham Architecture Competition
Design: Evgeni Leonov Architects
Nottingham Architecture Competition
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Nottingham Architecture Competition – 11 Aug 2012
First stage winning proposal for Isover Multi-Comfort House Contest 2012, an international two-stage competition. The aim of the competition is to create regeneration and community development in Trent Basin, Nottingham, UK, which meet passive house requirements. Under the current economic pressure, cities are no longer able to develop the way they used to, especially in the regeneration of unused industrial areas, which have become increasingly in demand due to lack of housing and infrastructure. Although nearby, they represent disconnected areas from the city centers.

Maggie’s Nottingham Building
Maggies Nottingham
photo : Martine Hamilton Knight

Maggies Nottingham – 9 Nov 2011
Maggie’s Nottingham serves the Mid Trent Cancer Network and is situated next to the Breast Institute at Nottingham City Hospital. The Mid Trent Cancer Network covers the populations of Nottingham, North Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire – approximately 1.3 million people. Within this area, there are over 4,000 new cases of cancer a year.

Nottingham Building – Recent Designs

Meat Factory
Marsh & Grochowski
Meat Factory Nottingham
image : Hannah Marsh

Meat Factory Nottingham

Newton and Arkwright Building, Nottingham Trent University
Hopkins Architects Partnership
Newton and Arkwright Building
image : Martine Hamilton Knight

Newton and Arkwright Building

Nottingham Architecture

Nottingham Building Developments listed alphabetically:

Boots D10 Factory
Owen Williams
Classic Modern British building – a simple expression of structure and techonology
Nottingham Factory building : Owen Williams

Centre for Contemporary Arts Nottingham – Lace Market
Caruso St John
Centre for Contemporary Arts Nottingham
image from CFA

Centre for Contemporary Arts Nottingham

Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham
Stephen Hodder Architects
University of Nottingham designer : Stephen Hodder

Jubilee Campus Expansion – Masterplan, University of Nottingham
University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus
photograph : Zander Olsen

University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus

Inland Revenue Centre Nottingham
Hopkins Architects

Meadow Gardens

National College for School Leadership, University of Nottingham
Hopkins Architects

New Art Exchange
New Art Exchange Nottingham
image : Helene Binet

New Art Exchange

Nottingham Trent University – City Campus
Hopkins Architects
£70m approx.

Old Market Square renewal, centre of the city
Gustafson Porter
Nottingham square
photo Dom Henry

Nottingham Square

O Zone
Marsh:Grochowski Architects
£40m zero-carbon housing, building submitted for planning Apr 2007
incl. 60m high funicular tower

Student Halls, Nottingham University

Denys Lasdun

Weekday Cross : Mixed-use scheme
Stephen Hodder Architects

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Rotunda Birmingham
photo : Nic Gaunt
Rotunda Birmingham by Glen Howells Architects

English Architecture

RIBA Awards 2006 – East Midlands
Visitor Centre, Attenborough Nature Reserve, Nottingham
Architect: Groundworks Architects LLP
Client: Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Proposed Nottinghamshire Building
Sherwood Forest : The Living Legend
RIBA architecture competition
make announced as winners jan 2007
Shortlisted architects:
Glen Howells, make, Richard Murphy Architects, Niall McLaughlin, Patel
Taylor, Wilkinson Eyre

78 submissions

Nicholas Hawksmoor, regarded by most people as being one of England’s greatest architects alongside Sir Christopher Wren and Sir John Vanbrugh, was born in Nottinghamshire. He worked as an architect on Castle Howard in 1699 and then Blenheim Palace, both in England. Nottingham architect – Hawksmoor.

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