The Thanet Free School is a brand-new six-form entry secondary school, with a separate provision for SEN, in the heart of Margate.
The landscape scheme interacts directly with the buildings and the canopy whilst extending into the woodland and the meadow beyond.
The Wilderness Redevelopment project has seen the creation of two schools, positioned carefully together, complementing each other in their form - and creating a cohesive educational campus.
The inventive remodelling of this building has ensured that the spaces within are flexible and easy to reconfigure, and therefore will minimise costs for the school in the future.
Bond Bryan were appointed to design a new building to provide a home for the School of Economics and shared teaching facilities within its new strategic hub on its Canterbury campus.
Bond Bryan were invited to design the Business and Social Hub for the University of Hertfordshire. The £8m project included teaching and exam spaces, collaborative informal learning zones, start-up business incubator areas and social café & dining spaces.
Bond Bryan delivered this BREEAM ‘Excellent’ scheme for Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. The scheme’s design pays homage to Doncaster’s culturally significant contributions to the rail industry and railway heritage.
The Landscape Design was developed to create continuous and seamless high-quality public realm spaces, arranged around a formal crescent and a public green.
The City Hub project forms a vital part of the regeneration plans for the City Council Southern Gateway Project.