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

20 Sep 2019
Tipner West Development
Masterplan Design: Gensler
Tipner West Development Portsmouth masterplan by Gensler
image courtesy of architects office

Tipner West Development Portsmouth
This ambitious development, that will include land reclamation, will seize a unique opportunity to provide one million square feet of marine employment land and c. 4,000 homes.

12 June 2019
New Academic Building on the Victoria Site: Multi-disciplinary design team sought by the University of Portsmouth
RIBA Competitions announce the launch of a ‘Competitive Procedure with Negotiation’ process on behalf of the University of Portsmouth.  The process is seeking to select a multi-disciplinary team for the design of a proposed c.20,000m2:
New Academic Building on the Victoria Site, University of Portsmouth

26 Jul 2018
D-Day Museum
Design: Hampshire County Council’s architects and interior designers with exhibition designers Studio MB and landscape architects UBU Design
D-Day Museum Portsmouth building
photo : Martin Gardner

D-Day Story, Portsmouth Building
Hampshire County Council Property Services have completed the transformation of Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum ahead of next year’s 75th anniversary. Re-named ‘The D-Day Story’, the £5m project was supported by a £4m Heritage Lottery Fund grant, together with funding from Portsmouth City Council and other benefactors.

30 May 2013
Mary Rose Museum Building
Wilkinson Eyre; Pringle Brandon (interior architect)
Mary Rose Museum building
picture from architect

Mary Rose Museum
The £27 m project to build a new museum for the Tudor warship Mary Rose in Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard is now complete. The building was unveiled where King Henry VIII’s flagship is housed. The famous ship sank in 1545 in the Solent near Portsmouth during a battle with the French fleet. When is capsized, its starboard side became embedded in clay below the soft sediment of the seabed, enabling it to survive intact.

Major Portsmouth Buildings, alphabetical:

38-46 Broad St
Panter Hudspith Architects

Aspex Gallery, Gunwharf Quays
Glenn Howells Architects

Business School – Richmond Building, University of Portsmouth

Gunwharf Quays

retail; leisure; residential development

No.1 Gunwharf Quays – The ‘Funnel’
Scott Brownrigg
1 Gunwharf Quays
photo © Nick Weall

1 Gunwharf Quays

Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth
van Heyningen and Haward Architects
ICG Portsmouth
photo : Will Pryce

ICG Portsmouth

Marks & Spencer Store – proposal
Van Heningen & Haward

Mary Rose Museum
Wilkinson Eyre; Pringle Brandon (interior architect)

Northern Quarter Development – site of former Tricorn Centre
Chapman Taylor Architects with van Heyningen & Haward
new John Lewis store
Developer: Centros Miller
For John Lewis Partnership
£350m approx.
Outline planning approval 2005
CABE support Apr 2008
Mixed-use: retail; hotel, residential; leisure facilities

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard – Boathouse No. 6 Refurbishment
MacCormac Jamieson Prichard Ltd
Grade II* Listed
Victorian boathouse for English Navy
Facilties: cinema, exhibition, café, shop; Institute of Maritime and Heritage Studies

Portsmouth Stadium development
Herzog & de Meuron
Portsmouth Stadium
image © Herzog & de Meuron

Portsmouth Stadium
£600m waterfront development
for Portsmouth Football Club & Sellar Property Group
Portsmouth Stadium architects : Herzog & de Meuron

The Spinnaker, Gunwharf Quays
Greentree All Church Evans Ltd
Spinnaker Tower
photo © Nick Weall

Spinnaker Tower

University of Portsmouth Library Extension
Penoyre & Prasad
RIBA Architecture competiiton winner

University of Portsmouth Masterplan
Colin Stansfield-Smith

University of Portsmouth – Student Centre

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