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‘The Orchard’ – Eco Hotel – University of Nottingham, England
The Orchard Eco Hotel Nottingham University
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Eco Hotel – University of Nottingham – 9 Jan 2013
A new eco-friendly hotel, ‘The Orchard’, has opened for business on The University of Nottingham’s main campus. The £20m building was funded entirely by the University.

Earlsfield Theatre, London, England, UK
Earlsfield Theatre London
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Earlsfield Theatre – 10 Dec 2012
Wandsworth Council’s planning applications committee has approved plans for a highly distinctive theatre redevelopment on Garratt Lane, Earlsfield.

RHWL – Key Projects

RHWL Architects – Buildings, alphabetical:

1 America Square, City of London, UK
1988
1 America Square London
photo © Nick Weall
1 America Square

British Airways headquarters – BAA HQ, Heathrow, west London, UK
1998
Design: Niels Torp with RHWL Architects
BA Headquarters Waterside London
photo : AM

BA Head Office Waterside
The Waterside building in Harmondsworth, London, is the international head office of British Airways. The building cost £200m and is located northwest of Heathrow Airport. The BA Headquarters building includes six sections backing onto a 175-metre (574 ft) glazed atrium street; each section represents a continent served by British Airways. The six limestone-clad four-storey horseshoe-shaped sections all back on to an internal ‘street’ that runs inside an atrium.

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England
1996
Manchester Concert Hall
photo © Adrian Welch
RHWL : Manchester concert hall building
Home of the Hallé Orchestra

Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, England
1971
RHWL Architects
Crucible Theatre
photo © webbaviation

Crucible Theatre

Exchange Place, Edinburgh, Scotland
2009
RHWL + cre8architecture
Exchange Place
photo © John McKenzie
Exchange Place : Scottish Widows development

Riverbank Park Plaza, Albert Embankment, London, UK
2005
Riverbank Park Plaza
photo : Hufton & Crow
RHWL : London building
A twelve storey, 450-room hotel in a prominent location on London’s Albert Embankment, opposite Tate Britain and Millbank Tower. On completion it was the largest new-build hotel project in the capital. In addtion to the acoustically secure bedrooms and associated bar and restaurant, the building has two large basement level banquet halls, each accommodating more than 1,500 people.

St Pancras Chambers, London
2007
RHWL with Richard Griffiths Architects (conservation architects)
For Marriott Hotels, Manhattan Loft company and Whitbread Hotel Company
St Pancras Station

Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, UK
1998
Design: RHWL with Nicholas Hare Architects
Sadlers Wells Theatre
photograph © Nick Weall

RHWL Architects : London theatre building
The new Sadler’s Wells is designed to attract international dance companies, create an arts training centre and provide community and education facilities.
It features a 1,560 seat auditorium with a 15m by 15m stage and 80 seat orchestra pit. The auditorium is lined with metal gauze panels that take dramatically transforming light and image projection, uniting audience and performers. There are three foyer galleries with bars, plus rehearsal and teaching spaces.

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100 New Bridge St, Ludgate Hill, City of London
1992
Renton Howard Wood Levin


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