British Rail Architecture & Design Group, BR Architects

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Architecture & Design Group : Architects

Contemporary Architectural Practice in England, UK Design Studio Information

page updated 18 Aug 2016

Key Projects by Architecture & Design Group

Major Developments by BR – Architecture & Design Group, alphabetical:

Liverpool Street Station – redevelopment, Bishopsgate, City of London
Dates built: 1985-91
Liverpool Street Station
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007
Liverpool Street Station
Building approx. cost: £120m
The redeveloped Liverpool Street was officially opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in December 1991. A giant departures board was installed above the concourse.
In 1991, an additional entrance was constructed on the east side of Bishopsgate with a subway under the road.
The station was badly damaged on 24 April 1993 by the Bishopsgate bombing and was temporarily closed as a result. About £250,000 of damage was caused to the station, primarily to the glass roof. The station re-opened in April 1993.

Customs & Public Health Building, northwest London
Date built: 1993
£1.4m approximate building construction cost

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British Rail Architecture & Design Group – Practice Information

Architect practice based in UK

British Rail Architecture & Design Group : London Architects

Railway Stations
Liege-Guillemins TGV Railway Station
photo :, B.Burg / O. Schuh

Liverpool Street Station
Liverpool Street Station
photograph © Adrian Welch

English Architecture

Railway Station Buildings

A major London railway station building on e-architect:

King’s Cross Concourse
John McAslan + Partners
Kings Cross Concourse
photograph : Hufton + Crow

King’s Cross Concourse

London Buildings

Railway Station Architecture

Architecture Studios

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