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Exciting Architectural Projects in the UK

There are so many exciting architectural designs currently in the United Kingdom, including those by architects Chester, and a great many other fantastic designers from all over the nation.

Our list is as follows:

The Weston Visitor Centre, Yorkshire

Architectural whizz, Feiden Fowles designed the Weston as a visitor centre for the amazing Yorkshire sculpture park, which is in West Yorkshire.

The building was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize and has two distinct faces, a concrete wall broken only by its entrance faces out towards the road while a glass facade faces the park.

Tintagel Castle Bridge

We all love a magnificent medieval castle, we do however need to make sure that we can actually get to them! That’s why this amazing castle bridge which is 70 meters long reconnects two parts of the ruins of Tintagel Castle in Cornwall.

The modern bridge replaces the original crossing which has been missing for quite some time, and that was originally built in the 16th century.

Goldsmith Street, Norwich, by Mikhail Riches

This Passivhaus construction project in Norwich made the news this year when it became the first social housing scheme to win a RIBA Stirling Prize.

The development of 105 terraced houses was designed to be a high-intensity alternative to the typical building high-rise blocks.

Windermere Jetty, Museum, the Lake District.

Designed by London Studio, Carmody Groake, the museum houses some internationally significant boats in a group of handsomely copper-clad sheds.

House Lessans, Northern Ireland

Belfast studio, McGonigle McGrath designed House LEssans within rural Northern Ireland using some simple details, materials as well as construction methods to keep costs down.

The home was named RIBA House of the Year 2019 with RIBA president Alan Jones stating that ‘House Lessans demonstrates that life-enhancing architecture doesn’t have to cost the earth’.

Mackintosh’s Hill House, Helensburgh, by Carmody Groarke

To protect one of the buildings created by the Scottish architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s best-known buildings. A London studio named ‘Carmody Groake’ has enclosed it within a transparent shed.

It’s named the Hill House Box, the temporary shed is made from scaffolding and a chainmail-like material. It will protect the building during its renovation and it incorporates an elevated walkway so the visitors can see this house for an entirely new perspective.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London

This premier football club has an entirely new and exciting stadium in place, it was designed by the architect population, and the stadium even has a retractable glass pitch which can be removed to reveal an artificial surface that can be used for playing American football. These are some incredible grounds for sure.

Hoxton Press, London, Krakusevic Carson and David Chipperfield

The architects David Chipperfield and Karakusevic Carson designed these amazing hexagonal highrise towers in Hackney, London.

They were built as a part of the redevelopment of the Colville Estate, the red brick, 16 storey tower and 20 storey brick grey tower will contain a total of 198 homes.

Maggie's Cardiff, Cardiff.

This year, Dow Jones architects became the newest architect to design a cancer-care centre for the maggie’s charity.

The interim maggie's centre at the Velindre cancer care centre in Cardiff was constructed instead of a permanent building that was originally proposed for the site. The care centre, which is made entirely from steel cost about a third of the proposed budget for the previous design.

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