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Buildings in Eddington, North West Cambridge, UK, design by Stanton Williams, Architects: 264 key worker homes, generous social spaces and retail facilities for the University of Cambridge.
Proctor & Matthews architects has been selected by Urban Splash, to partner on a Homes England project to deliver the first houses in the second phase of Northstowe, Cambridgeshire.
RIBA Award for £21.5 million expansion of Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. The building design is by Stirling Prize-winning architect Stanton Williams.
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Abcam HQ Cambridge Biomedical Campus building design by NBBJ Architects for global innovator in life science reagents and tools, at CBC hub of healthcare, science and medical research.
Designed by architects Jestico + Whiles, Cavendish III will be located on the West Cambridge campus. The building will be a purpose-built laboratory for world-leading research for the university’s Department of Physics.
MCW Architects have completed the transformation of a Victorian Farm, the Stapleford Granary near Cambridge, into a music and arts venue.
Eric Parry Architects has completed a new headquarters for Cambridge Assessment, the University of Cambridge’s world-renowned exams group and one of the largest employers in the city.
International architecture and design firm, NBBJ secure planning for redevelopment of an industrial unit on Cambridge’s Unity Campus into an innovative office space, known as The Works.
Jestico + Whiles has been given the go ahead for the proposed new Cavendish Laboratory building called Cavendish III at the University of Cambridge, a major new project to replace existing facilities for the Department of Physics.
The Bradfield Centre building designed architects Aukett Swanke is the first development to be built as part of a major new cycle of investment in the Cambridge Science Park.