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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 – key rail buildings from around the world
Liege-Guillemins TGV Railway Station
photo : www.palladium.de, B.Burg / O. Schuh

Liverpool Street Station, just north east of the UK capital’s financial centre:
Liverpool Street Station
photograph © Adrian Welch

English Architecture




Railway Station Buildings – more rail transportation architecture links

A major London railway station building on e-architect:

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

King’s Cross Concourse
This north London railway terminus on the edge of the city centre is one of the busiest railway stations in the United Kingdom. It is the southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line to North East England and Scotland.

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