Reading Architecture, Architects, English Projects, Property, Proposals, News
Key Buildings in Berkshire, southeast England, UK
Building Developments in Reading
We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Reading Buildings, Berkshire. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.
We cover completed Reading buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Berkshire. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.
We have 1 page of Reading Architecture selections with links to many individual project pages.
Reading Building Developments
Reading Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:
100 Longwater Avenue
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100 Longwater Avenue – 30 Jul 2013
Architectural practice TateHindle has completed the comprehensive refurbishment of several office and support buildings set in landscaped grounds at Green Park, south of Reading. The work adds to the firm’s impressive track record at the 195-acre business park, located next to the Madejski Stadium, home of Reading FC.
Key Reading Architecture, alphabetical:
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Inspace has secured its largest ever housing regeneration scheme with joint venture RSL partner Catalyst Housing Group. The two have been given the green light to progress the £140 million transformation of Dee Park estate in Tilehurst, Reading, with nearly 800 new homes after Reading Borough Council announced their appointment following a two year selection process. The long-term partners will regenerate the 33 hectare estate in three phases over nine years in a project that combines Inspace’s house building division with its private development business.
Douai Abbey, Woolhampton
Frederick Gibberd & Partners
Porphyrios Associates Masterplan; buildings by Porphyrios Associates & Lifschutz Davidson
ICMA Centre, Reading University
Rick Mather Architects
John Madejski Academy, Reading
Design: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
photograph : James Brittain
John Madejski Academy
The design for the Academy buildings will separate general teaching spaces from those with specific servicing requirements, the space being divided into learning clusters and central facilities, all situated at a comfortable distance from the site’s boundaries. An external, covered ‘agora’ space will link the buildings, along with three bridges at first floor level. The building layout and landscape design will create a fluid, open relationship encouraging movement and the use of external space for teaching and informal activities.
The Oracle shopping centre
Reading Football Club – Madejski Stadium
Approved May 2007
Reading Station Redevelopment
Reading Station Redevelopment
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English Architecture Design – chronological list
Langley Academy, Slough
Design: Foster + Partners
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Langley Academy Slough
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