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This article was originally published on Building Design on 3 July 2019. Find the original article here. Coffey Architects has been appointed to design a £9.1m digital technology hub for Norwich City College. It follows hot on the heels of the YAYA winner’s planning consent for another education project – an elliptical reading room on […]
This article was originally published on Architects Journal on 3 July 2019. Find the original article here. Norwich City College has appointed Coffey Architects to design a £9.1million digital technology hub. Dubbed The Digi-Tech Factory, the 2,610m² scheme will house the college’s full and part-time technology, engineering and design courses. The three-storey block, which has […]
Coffey Architects’ is proud present Meringue House, a new and tasty way of exploring light and materiality in our work… The team had such a great time working on this ‘commercial plot’ for Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City 2019 at Somerset House. Check out the process below. The exhibition has been featured in The Financial Times, Time Out London, The Evening Standard, […]
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This article was originally published on Building on 3 July 2019. Find the original article here. Coffey Architects has been asked to design a £9m digital tech hub at City College Norwich. It will provide learning space for the college’s technology, engineering and design courses in one building. Called the Digi-Tech Factory, the scheme includes […]
Coffey Architects has started on site with the refurbishment of an outdated retail and office building on Cheltenham High Street on behalf of real estate investment firm Addington Capital. Planning permission was granted in late 2018 by Cheltenham Borough Council. The London-based practice has designed a new façade, entrance threshold and route which climbs up […]