Beorma Quarter Birmingham

Birmingham Building: Midlands Architecture

The city is located in the West Midlands, central England. The city is famous for historic architecture such as Birmingham Library, The Cube, The Rotunda Conversion, Brindleyplace Buildings, New Street Gateway Project, Selfridges Birmingham and the Beetham Tower – 10 Holloway Circus.

One Central Boulevard Blythe Valley Park

One Central Boulevard, Blythe Valley Park

Design: Webb Gray Ltd, Architects

Leading tile supplier Solus Ceramics has added a touch of sophistication to a brand new £5m refurbishment project with the use of its stylish Hardline collection. The building offers the largest available floorplates on the M42 corridor.

The Surface and Materials Show

The Surface & Materials Show in Birmingham

The world of architecture, design and construction has a keen appetite for the kind of innovation and quality that adds meaningful value to a project. Fortunately, the ingenuity of leading surface and materials producers results in a constantly evolving offering of the new, useful and beautiful… many examples of which will be on display at the Surface & Materials Show 2016.

Birmingham New Street Station

Birmingham New Street Station Building

Design: AZPML

Her Majesty The Queen reopens redeveloped Birmingham New Street station. Occupying an important position in the city and handling a large amount of traffic this building provides the first impression of Birmingham to a large influx of visitors to the Midlands.

Paradise Birmingham One & Two Chamberlain Sq

Paradise Birmingham Development

Design: Eric Parry Architects

Planning Permission granted for first two buildings and public realm, part of Birmingham’s transformational Paradise scheme. This landmark city centre development brings over 350,000 sqft of speculative office development to the market.