Places of Making that inspire and transcend Spaces that help translate ideas

Today, as they look to increase the comparative wealth of their citizens, many major manufacturing countries are developing their industrial bases to include the production of more high-value goods. The best national strategies will include investment in research and development, in skills and in better production facilities.

 

Architects have an important role to play. The challenge is to demonstrate our value by creating efficient solutions, sufficiently bespoke to meet the particular needs of unique production processes but capable of change over time; spaces that also make great places for people to work, invariably placing research and development alongside production.

Whatever your requirements, Bond Bryan’s people understand these issues and our Directors ensure that all our considerable experience is applied to every project. We aim to work with you to produce solutions that are thoughtful, innovative and deliverable.

Advanced Manufacturing Projects

Magna

Magna BDW Technologies International are a leading global automotive supplier. Bond Bryan provided full architectural services for the creation of this new aluminium foundry on the client’s 9.4-hectare site.

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Sir Henry Royce Institute

With a complex brief to adhere to, Bond Bryan were able to create a building both unique in its varying forms and highly significant to its dual functions.

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Factory 2050

Factory 2050 is the UK’s first fully reconfigurable assembly and component manufacturing facility for collaborative research.

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University of Nottingham AMB

With a complex brief to adhere to, Bond Bryan were able to create a building both unique in its varying forms and highly significant to its dual functions.

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