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Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

9 July 2019
Harper Perry Architects win Hull ‘Living with Water’ Competition
Newcastle-based architecture practice Harper Perry Architects has won the RIBA Competition to design a new waterfront housing development in Hull on behalf of Hull City Council.
Hull Living with Water Competition Winners

3 Oct 2017
A Hall for Hull Installation
Design: architects Pezo von Ellrichshausen with artist Felice Varini
A Hall for Hull Installation
photograph : Thomas Arran

A Hall for Hull Installation
A Hall for Hull with ‘Trois Points de Vue’ – a joint commission from The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 – has been unveiled to the public (2 October, 2017). The monumental temporary installation has transformed Trinity Square with sixteen galvanized steel columns arranged in a grid formation in front of Hull Minster to form a new outdoor ‘room’ for the city.

22 Aug 2016
The Market Hall of 1887 in Kingston upon Hull

8 Dec 2015
Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull
Design: Sheppard Robson
Philip Larkin Library Hull
photo © Hufton + Crow

Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull
The £28m transformation of the University of Hull’s Brynmor Jones Library where poet Philip Larkin was librarian (1955-1985). The 16,000m2 project involves the complete refurbishment of the library’s two buildings – the 1956 original Art Deco building, and the eight-storey plus basement Brutalist building that was added in the 1960s – with a newly formed central atrium space improving the connectivity between the two.

30 Aug 2013
Scale Lane Bridge
Design: McDowell+Benedetti
Scale Lane Bridge Hull
photo © Timothy Soar

An innovative swing bridge over the River Hull has opened to the public, offering pedestrians the unique experience of riding on the bridge as it opens and closes to river traffic, believed to be a World’s first. The black steel bridge has a distinctive robust character and curving form, making it a memorable landmark that is unique to Hull and its industrial and maritime heritage.

18 Jun 2013
Kingswood Academy, Bransholme, Kingston upon Hull
Design: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Kingswood Academy Building Hull
photo © Rob Parrish

Kingswood Academy Hull
The new school built as part of Hull’s Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme acts as a visual and intellectual beacon in the flatlands of east Yorkshire, providing learning opportunities for the whole community. Taking as its reference the confident multi-storey Victorian schools that towered over their neighbourhoods, the external form is bold yet simple and the cladding is practical and sharp, reflecting light dramatically at certain moments.

Hull Truck Theatre – new building, Ferensway
Design: Wright & Wright Architects
Hull Truck Theatre Building
photo from Wright & Wright Architects

Hull Truck Theatre

Hull Buildings

Major Humberside Building Projects, alphabetical:

Albemarle Music Centre, St Stephen’s development, Hull
2008
Holder Mathias Architects
£3m

ARC, Hull – Hull Architecture Centre
2005
Niall McLaughlin Architects
RIBA Awards 2006
Humberside building : ARC Hull

The Deep, Hull

Terry Farrell & Company
The Deep Hull
picture from architect
The Deep extension, Hull

Birdjohnson

Hull Fruitmarket Regeneration – waterfront development proposal
2007-
Hull Fruitmarket
Igloo
Hull development
5 shortlisted developer-led teams, Aug 2007
for Hull Forward City Development
approx £100m

Hull Truck Theatre – new building, Ferensway
2006-
Wright & Wright Architects
approx. £10m

K C Stadium & Sports Park

The Miller Partnership

University of Hull – Halls of Residence
1963
Gillespie Kidd & Coia Architects with Leslie Martin

More Humberside Buildings welcome

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