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Left Bank Birmingham Luxury Apartment Blocks
Architects: Design2e
Left Bank Luxury Apartment Blocks Birmingham
picture courtesy of design office
Left Bank Birmingham
Structural and civil engineering design consultancy Design2e has been commissioned to deliver a two-stage tender project to build two luxury apartment blocks, called Left Bank, in the city centre.

28 Jul 2017
Axis Square Birmingham
Axis Square Birmingham office building design | www.e-architect.co.uk
picture courtesy of architects office

FPA proposals for four new office buildings arranged around a new public square on the Axis site next to The Mailbox in Birmingham has received outline planning permission.

The scheme by Fletcher Priest Architects will see new energy-efficient workspace grouped around shops, cafes and restaurants and incorporating private terraces and a spectacular rooftop restaurant with views over the city. The proposal will transform connections between Broad Street, New Street Station and the surrounding areas and open up a neglected part of the city to the public.

5 Jul 2017
Alpha Works in Birmingham
Architects: ORMS
Alpha Works
photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Alpha Works in Birmingham
Orms has completed the refurbishment of a new high-specification co-working space in the centre of Birmingham for CEG. Located on the 21st and 22nd floors of the iconic 28-storey Alpha Tower, Alpha Works caters for the booming demand for flexible, collaborative and alternative work spaces in the region.

11 Apr 2017
Digbeth Apartment Building
Design: Architects of Invention
Digbeth Apartment Building
image courtesy of architects

Digbeth Apartment Building
London-based architecture office has submitted a design proposal for 500 residential units in Birmingham’s Digbeth area.

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Beorma Quarter Development
Design: Trevor Horne Architects / Broadway Malyan Architects
Digbeth Building Design
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Beorma Quarter Birmingham – 23 Jan 2016
Proposals including Birmingham’s tallest office-led building have been unanimously approved by the city’s planners. Architect Broadway Malyan has designed the final phases of the £200 m Beorma Quarter development on behalf of property group Salhia Investments.

New Street Station Building
Design: AZPML
New Street Station
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Birmingham New Street Station Reopening – 8 Oct 2015

Birmingham Library
Design: Mecanoo
Library Of Birmingham
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Birmingham Library Building – 25 Jun 2014

Barber Institute Concert Hall, The University of Birmingham
Design: Glenn Howells Architects
Barber Institute Concert Hall
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Barber Institute Concert Hall

Birmingham New Street Station
Design: Foreign Office Architects
Birmingham New Street Station
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Birmingham station building
refurb scheme by John McAslan Architects
Birmingham New Street refurbishment architect : John McAslan

The Cube
Architects: Make
The Cube Birmingham
photograph © Make / Zander Olsen

The Cube Birmingham

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Bournville College, Longbridge
Design: Broadway Malyan
Bournville College
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