We are dleighted to be shortlisted for Architectural Practice of the Year at this year's Education Estates Awards.
"It is enhanced by subtle but significant design gestures." RIBA
Bond Bryan, in collaboration with Maidstone Borough Council have received planning permission for the proposed £9.5 million Innovation Centre, on the Kent Medical Campus in Maidstone - part of the North Kent Enterprise Zone.
The Manchester College - part of the LTE Group – has appointed Bond Bryan and Simpson Haugh to design the next phase of a brand new city centre educational campus in Manchester, opening in 2021/22.
This year Bond Bryan have been shortlisted for two RIBA awards - for the Mercia School and for the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI).
FUTURE PARK will be one of the UK's most significant cultural and energy-efficient attractions to be built in the 21st Century. Located in the heart of Yorkshire, England, this unique interactive park explores, unites and celebrates the best food & drink experiences in the world.
The scheme combines a new all-through Junior School and a STEM Building for the Secondary School into a single integrated building, adjacent to the College’s main building.
FUTURE PARK will be one of the UK's most significant cultural and energy-efficient attractions to be built in the 21st Century.
Although not completely new, the image and adoption of prefabrication in construction, has seen a resurgence over recent years. Driven by technological advancements and a need for expedient delivery - as well as being backed by government - offsite construction is gaining momentum and is set to revolutionise the construction industry. Bond Bryan hosted a round table discussion - on the role of pre-fabricated offsite construction in the future of the industry - at their new London studio in Clerkenwell.
Nestled in the heart of the De Haviland Campus, this bespoke ‘Three in One’ design combines Business Incubator, Social, and Teaching facilities all under one roof for the University of Hertfordshire.