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28 Mar 2019
New City Centre Campus Building News
The Manchester College – part of the LTE Group – has appointed leading architects Bond Bryan and Simpson Haugh to design the next phase of a brand new city centre educational campus in Manchester, opening in 2021/22:
FUTURE PARK Yorkshire

19 Mar 2019
Bond Bryan and Fallon’s FUTURE PARK wins Best Futura Mega Project, MIPIM Awards 2019
FUTURE PARK Yorkshire by Bond Bryan Architects
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FUTURE PARK Yorkshire
FUTURE PARK won a major prize at MIPIM, having been voted as one of the best schemes on show at the annual property conference.

3 Aug 2018
Bond Bryan – Architectural Practice of the Year 2018

Bond Bryan shortlisted for Architectural Practice of the Year and Project of the Year at this year’s Education Estates Awards:

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24 May 2018

National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster wins RIBA Yorkshire 2018 Architecture Award

National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster is one of seven buildings to win RIBA Yorkshire (Royal Institute of British Architects) 2018 Awards.

National College for High Speed Rail
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RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2018

5 Apr 2018
RIBA West Midlands Awards Shortlist 2018

National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham, is one of eleven buildings shortlisted for Royal Institute of British Architects West Midlands Awards 2018.

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at Tom’s Kitchen, The Mailbox, Birmingham on Tuesday 22 May.

RIBA West Midlands Awards Shortlist 2018

27 Mar 2018
RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2018 Shortlisted Buildings

National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster, and SHU Institute of Education, Sheffield, are two of thirteen buildings have been shortlisted for RIBA Yorkshire (Royal Institute of British Architects) 2018 Awards; the winners will be announced at an Awards evening at The Museum Gardens, York on Thursday 24 May.

SHU Institute of Education, Sheffield:
SHU Institute of Education
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RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2018

24 Nov 2017
National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham, West Midlands, central England, UK
National College for High Speed Rail Birmingham building design
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National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham Building
This Sheffiled architects practice attended the West Midlands, Insider Media Property Awards 2017 and scooped the Highly Commended, Construction Project of the Year Award for The National College for High Speed Rail, Birmingham.

16 Nov 2017
University of Kent Economics Building, Canterbury Campus, Kent, southeast England, UK
University of Kent Economics Building
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University of Kent Economics Building
The University of Kent (UoK) has commissioned a new School of Economics, designed by Bond Bryan Architects, which achieved planning consent in August 2017.
This is a collaborative scheme with Willmott Dixon Construction and is part of UoK’s continued investment into its Canterbury Campus Masterplan and part of a new Business Hub focusing on Economics, Business, Maths and Statistics & Actuarial Science.

7 Apr 2017
Nottingham College City Hub, England, UK
Nottingham College City Hub Building by Bond Bryan Architects
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Nottingham College City Hub Building
Nottingham College City Hub appoints this Yorkshire architects practice to design a campus of the future.

New College Nottingham and Central College have appointed a team of award-winning architects to take forward their plan for a ‘hub for skills’ in the city centre.

Bond Bryan, Sheffield based architects with offices around the world, have won the project in a highly competitive open design competition and will add the ‘Nottingham College City Hub’ building to an already impressive collection of Nottingham projects under their belt.

3 Jun 2016
Ongar Academy, Chipping Ongar, Essex, South East England, UK
Date built: 2016
Ongar Academy building design by Bond Bryan Architects
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Ongar Academy Building
This will be a Four Form Entry Secondary School accommodating 800 pupils (including 200 sixth form pupils) with approximately 50 teaching staff and 15 – 20 Administrative support. The academy building will provide 6,492 sqm of new accommodation over two – three storeys.

Phoenix High School sixth form centre, Shepherds Bush, west London
Date built: 2009-
Phoenix High School London
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Phoenix High School
Construction of the £7.6m Post-16 Centre at Phoenix High School in Shepherds Bush, London has been completed and has been handed over to pioneering Executive Head Teacher Sir William Atkinson. The building has been dubbed the ‘liqourice allsorts’ school because the elevations comprise vertical timber panels repeated at random intervals and framed with vibrant colours, visually akin to liqourice allsorts.

Bond Bryan – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Bond Bryan Architects, alphabetical:

Bradford Academy, Yorkshire, Northern England
Date built: 2007
Bradford Academy
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Bradford Academy building
The 10,000 square metre academy, for pupils aged 11-18, is co-sponsored by the charity Toc H and by Bradford Church of England Diocese and replaces Bradford Cathedral Community College. Bond Bryan Architects, have incorporated the 15m by 30m two-storey forum into the centre of the building.

College of West Anglia campus, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, Eastern England
Date built: 2008-
College of West Anglia
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College of West Anglia
“The design of the main building focuses on the delivery of an extremely diverse curriculum under one roof while meeting the College’s requirement for current and future flexibility in teaching and learning spaces.”

Environmental Research Centre, University of Sheffield, England
Date built: 2007-
Sheffield Environmental Research Centre
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Sheffield building by Bond Bryan Architects
University of Sheffield’s £4.4 million environmental research centre with ‘bee holes’ handed over – WWII bombsite rubble forms basis of site covering artesian well The University of Sheffield’s new Arthur Willis building, complete with ‘bee holes’ for insects to fly in and out, has been handed over by Bond Bryan Architects.

Furnival Building, Sheffield Hallam University, England
Date built: 2007-
Sheffield Hallam University
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Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University’s new Furnival Building will boast some of the most sustainable and energy-saving features anywhere in the city. The previous two-storey 1950’s building, within the Cultural Industries Quarter (CIQ) and formerly home to Grahams Plumbers Merchants, has been demolished and construction of the new building has now begun.

King’s Cross Centre, Westminster Kingsway College, London
2009
Westminster Kingsway College
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King’s Cross Centre
Westminster Kingsway College’s brand new King’s Cross Centre has now opened. The £52.5m building – delivered on time and on budget – was completed under the Government’s Building Colleges for the Future programme and was funded in part (55%) by the Learning & Skills Council.

Newcastle University SAS building, England
2007-
Newcastle University Building
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Newcastle University building
The 8000 square metre building, designed by one of the education sector’s leading architectural practices Bond Bryan is on a prominent gap site opposite St. Thomas’s Green and will become the new ‘front door’ for the University. It will provide threshold space for visitor and student access, a combination of open plan offices, meeting rooms and support areas.

Oaklands College, St Albans, Hertforshire, England
2008
Oaklands College
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English School
Oaklands College has received planning permission from St Albans District Council for a new-build college designed by Bond Bryan Architects. The college is amalgamating its current separate sites in Borehamwood, St Albans City Campus and Welwyn Garden City into a central campus at St Albans Smallford.

University of Sheffield – Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, England
2007-
Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
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Sheffield University building
Sheffield’s largest architecture practice has received planning permission for its design for the £8.5 million Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) for the University of Sheffield, to be built on The Advanced Manufacturing Park, off the Parkway.

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