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Branson Coates – Key Projects

Major architectural developments by this architecture practice, alphabetical:

Geffrye Museum Extension, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, East London
Date built: 1998
Geffrye Museum
Branson Coates staircase in the new extension of the Geffrye Museum:
Geffrye Museum London
picture : Nicholas Kane / Geffrye Museum
David Chipperfield Architects won a competition in 2009 for an architect’s feasibility study for a new building to develop the Geffrye Museum.

National Museum of Pop Music, Sheffield, Yorkshire, north England
Date built: – ; closed
National Museum of Pop Music
photo © webbaviation
aka The Hubs

Jigsaw, 31 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, southwest London, UK
Date built: 1991
Jigsaw Brompton Road
photo © Adrian Welch
Another architect-designed Jigsaw shop: Jigsaw, Bond St by John Pawson
Jigsaw Glasgow – orig. building by architect JJ Burnet

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Branson Coates Architecture – Practice Information

Branson Coates – architect office based in British capital in Wapping, London E1

National Museum of Pop Music Sheffield
photo © Adrian Welch

English architect (born 1949), author, and prolific designer of interiors, exhibitions, products, and lighting. He grew up in the town of Malvern, Worcestershire and was educated at Hanley Castle Grammar School before studying at the University of Nottingham (1968–71) and the Architectural Association (1972-4). He formed an architecture practice – BCA – with Doug Branson in 1985-2006. He established his own studio of architecture and design in 2006. As Professor Emeritus he continues to engage with the London School of Architecture and Ravensbourne University.

He first attracted the attention of the international architecture world in 1984 with the publication of NATO (Narrative Architecture Today) magazine, which featured his exuberant drawing style and his narrative ideas about architecture. The first built commissions came from Japan, followed by many projects in the UK. His work has been compared with that of Tom Dixon and Ron Arad.
source: wikipedia

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