Transforming conceptual designs into reality: collaboration is key to the role of an Executive Architect
Continually evolving legislative requirements, changes in design trends, and a growing multitude of additional project influences, such as sustainability, heritage and specific performance constraints, means that the coordination of the technical design process when delivering high quality, imaginative building installations is more complex than it has ever been.That’s where our role as Executive Architect comes in!
“London Calling” – showcasing our latest London projects
Woods Hardwick has been active in London for more than 30 years, working across the retail, leisure, restaurant, heritage, and residential sectors. Last Summer we opened our new central London
Round up of West Midlands Development Plans 2021
On Tuesday 14 September, our Planning Director Paul Woods, chaired a session at the Built Environment Networking’s Midlands Development conference, hosted at the Coventry Building Society Arena.This was one of the BEN’s first hybrid events, with around 150 people in attendance in person, with another 80 viewing online.
Architecture team support major transformation of Hammersmith’s Kings Mall Shopping Centre
Following their purchase of the Kings Mall shopping centre in 2015, building owners Schroders put in place several construction phases to modernise and improve the retail presence of the Hammersmith
Can we save our town centres?
Last week, Calum Wilson and Roy Hammond spoke at the Northamptonshire Construction Property Forum. In a region where our High Streets and town centres are suffering, they posed the question
Up, up and away! The rise and rise of airport retail
Luton Airport’s £160m transformation is the "biggest development" in its 80-year history. Set to increase capacity by 50% allowing it to welcome 18m passengers by 2020, the new and improved retail offer is a huge part of this three year overhaul. And thats where Woods Hardwick’s Architecture team comes in.