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Holder Mathias Architects gets go-ahead for the £89 million Cardiff mixed-use transport Interchange. The project includes a bus and coach station, retail units, 318 apartments, and circa 90,000 sq ft of modern open-plan quality CAT A office space.
IMPACT Swansea University Research Facility, Wales, building design by AHR Architects, £35m Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies combines laboratory and office space.
Swansea building news, South Wales – architectural info & images, architects – contemporary Swansea buildings: key Welsh architecture & property developments: new £300m SA1 Swansea Waterfront development home to UWTSD and the Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC). The SA1 buildings will be BREEAM Excellent.
Multidisciplinary architecture and design practice Nissen Richards Studio has revealed its plans for the redevelopment of Clwb Ifor Bach, an iconic music venue in the heart of Cardiff.
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St David’s Hospice, New In-Patient Unit, Newport, design by KKE Architects the 15-bed, in-patient hospice is a development of the original 2013 Day Hospice, itself a shortlisted project. The new building owes much of its special quality to unusually insightful clients.
In support of the regeneration of this important student area, the Livin scheme has been designed, by Holder Mathias, as a simple, yet eye-catching addition to the diverse and eclectic mix of Cardiff properties.
Crosslane Student Developments, part of the Crosslane Group, is pleased to announce that it has formally submitted a full planning application for a new purpose-built student accommodation scheme at the north-westerly side of Howard Gardens in Cardiff.
Design by Purcell improves the site’s functional layout, as well as provide new orientation, exhibition and learning spaces. To cater for increasing visitor numbers, the building has been re-organised and its complex spatial relationships altered.
Design: FaulknerBrowns Architects: proposals for phased £75m mixed-use development scheme includes leisure, entertainment, residential, retail and water sports, plus a new health and wellbeing centre. At the core of the scheme is a new waterside 80 bed signature hotel and public piazza with access for the public to the marina and water sports centre.
Design: ACME, Architects: outline planning permission for a major new leisure, retail and residential quarter in the centre of Wales’ second city. Swansea Central will re-establish a network of pedestrian streets and squares aligned to the historic character of the city centre.
Design: Miller Kendrick Architects: the cabin, known as ‘Arthur’s Cave’, is one of eight winning entries for the Epic Retreats competition. The project was part funded by the Welsh Government’s Tourism Product Innovation Fund.
Latest phase of Cardiff University’s £300m Innovation Campus approved by planners: two new buildings will bring researchers, businesses, public sector backers and students together to unlock ideas that drive economic growth.
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The exhibition, Captured Moments: Reflected Spaces, explores the effects of texture, heat and light on our everyday surroundings. The display is a collaboration between the Design Commission for Wales and Ruthin Craft Centre, and also features work by artist Rhian Hâf, and architects Rhian Thomas, Victoria Coombs and Wayne Forster.
A 9500 sqm Rhyl High School in Denbighshire, building design by AHR, the £23 m facility offers 1245 places. The central atrium forms an entrance, foyer, performance hall, dining area, circulation and social space.