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Stock Woolstencroft : Architecture
Contemporary English Architects Practice, UK Design Office Information + News
Since September 2014 this British architecture practice has no longer been known as Stock Woolstencroft.
The design office is now called Stockwool.
Stock Woolstencroft Architects – Featured Building
150 High Street, Stratford, east London, UK
image : Hectic Electric
Stock Woolstencroft : Genesis Housing Group project
A proposal for one of the most ambitious and dramatic regeneration projects ever to be launched in Stratford, East London has achieved final planning permission. Leading London housing association, Genesis Housing Group, has created the scheme which is of a high-profile, located at the principal entrance to the Olympic Park.
Stock Woolstencroft London – Key Projects
Buildings by Stock Woolstencroft Architects, alphabetical:
First building in Greenwich Masterplan, east London: Residential building
Icona, Stratford, east London, UK
Date built: 2008
photo : Morley von Sternberg
Icona, the first scheme overlooking the Olympic Park is nearing completion. Telford Homes’ residential-led, mixed-use development is one of the first schemes in the area to hand over. It will overlook the Olympic aquatic centre and is within 300m of the proposed stadium.
Lawfords Wharf development, Regents Canal, Camden Town, north London, UK
Date built: 2003
New River Village, Haringey, east London, UK
Date built: 2005
Residential Blocks, Barking Rd, Canning Town, London, UK
Date built: 2007
Tarling Estate Regeneration, London, UK
Date built: 2009
Design: with S333
image : Andrew Putler Photography
Tarling Estate Regeneration
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Stock Woolstencroft – Practice Information
Stock Woolstencroft LLP – Architects office based in London E1
Stock Woolstencroft (STA) : London Architect Office
STA is a 70-strong architecture practice formed in 1989 and has an established reputation for maximising the potential of each project, adding value through leadership, teamwork and vision.
Much of the work by STA involves close working with regeneration agencies, local government authorities and public and private sector clients, and has been driven by projects concerned with new buildings, re-use of existing buildings, environmental improvement and economic regeneration.
London Architecture : news + key projects
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John Woolstencroft BA (Hons) DipArch DipUD RIBA FRSA
John founded the architecture practice with Julian Stock in 1989 and, over the last 25 years, has overseen its growth to over 60 staff with five Partners.
Working within the private development sector as well as with registered providers and community organisations, John has a particular interest in developing mixed use regeneration initiatives which tackle some of London’s most deprived urban areas and address socio-economic and housing need through regeneration. His involvement at Matchmakers Wharf is a prime example of this, where he worked with Telford Homes to unlock derelict industrial land and provide 209 new homes, artists’ studios, retail accommodation and improved public realm adjacent to the River Lea and Hackney Marshes.
Julian Stock BSc DipArch DipUD RIBA
Julian manages the design and construction of major projects in Studio Two and is the interface with client and consulting organisations throughout this process. He has a keen interest in Building Information Modelling (BIM) and oversees its application to projects, from the development of a digital model of a building to design optimisation through value engineering. Several of our projects currently on site are being delivered using new BIM technology, including Stratford Plaza and Broadway Chambers in east London.
source: architects website
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