Farrells release a new film that introduces four of their current London projects
The £520m mixed-use residential scheme located on Old Kent Road, Sandgate Street and Ruby Street, proposes 1,152 homes with over 40% of these being affordable. In the committee hearing when Ruby Triangle was approved by Southwark Council, their Design Officer described Farrells architectural design for this scheme as being ‘exceptional’. The scheme is made up of a series of residential buildings, all designed in detail by Farrells, with varied and lifting heights from 17 storeys on Old Kent Road through to 30, 40 and 48 stories.
Nine years after identifying the opportunity for a landmark scheme next to Ilford station with Crossrail arriving, Farrells architects have completed the transformation of a dated 1980’s office building into 122 high-quality homes, in close proximity to the new railway line. Four additional floors and a new side wing have been added to the original L shaped office building and the façade has been completely remodelled, creating an additional 50% of floor area.
Sir Terry is donating £1m for a renovated ‘Farrell Centre’, which will house a major new architectural exhibition centre, an urban room (a core recommendation of the Farrell Review www.farrellreview.co.uk), where anyone can come to learn and discuss the city of Newcastle, its past as well as proposals for its future, and a start-up space for recent graduates.
Chelsea Waterfront has achieved a major milestone, as the 37 storey residential tower as part of phase 1 topped out during May 2018
A pioneering investment partnership between developer Far East Consortium and Manchester City Council, the scheme will provide more than 10,000 new homes across northern Manchester over the next decade.
On October 16, Sir Terry delivered his RTPI Gold Medal lecture to an audience of 200.
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