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Benoy Success at 2016 MIPIM Asia Awards

Benoy is honoured to announce another successful year for the firm’s projects at the 2016 MIPIM Asia Awards. This year, four Benoy-designed schemes have been recognised with awards for excellence... View Article

Door closers are good for health

Available in standard and free swing versions, Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers are totally concealed when the door is closed, delivering a host of benefits in aesthetics, hygiene, safety and... View Article

A case of presentation

Rio Architects has brought some creative sparkle to its design for a visitor centre near Cardiff which shines a light on the work of The Royal Mint. Ray Philpott investigates... View Article
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Latest Projects

The Hive © Nick Caville, DP

The Hive, Kew Gardens

Designed by artist Wolfgang Buttress and centrepiece of the UK Pavilion Milan Expo 2015, The Hive was reassembled at Kew Gardens in London and opened to the public on 18 June 2016. This pavilion highlights the role of the humble... View Project

142 Bermondsey Street, London

A post-war building in very poor condition has been completely refurbished and extended to create a series of residential and live-work units in the heart of Bermondsey. Construction took just eight months, due largely to the adoption of prefabricated CLT structures to form the... View Project

Scottish Crime Campus, Gartcosh

The Scottish Crime Campus at Gartcosh, near Glasgow, is a unique £75 million Scottish government-funded, state-of-the-art facility, providing high quality office accommodation, forensic laboratories and support facilities for over 1,100 staff. Delivered on time and on budget, the campus is... View Project

Travel Centre, Lahti, Finland

Bus and rail shelters are rarely seen as works of art but the copper-clad shelter for a new road-rail intersection in Lahti, Finland, is something of a metal masterpiece. What if the bus stop was actually the destination? That’s what... View Project

New Bodleian Library, Oxford

In the heart of Oxford’s historic centre, the Sir Giles Gilbert Scott-designed New Bodleian Library was built as the Bodleian Library has reached full capacity. A grade II listed building, it  was constructed on a  spacious site to the north... View Project

Four St Pancras Square

Part of the swathes of land being revived by the the King’s Cross regeneration, Four Pancras Square is a steel giant which conjures up memories of London’s industrial heartland. Steve Menary reports. Replicating rusty metal might not seem an obvious... View Project

Fenman House

A collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments inspired by mid-century design. These beautiful homes are set within the parks and gardens of King’s Cross. The floor-to-ceiling windows give breathtaking views over the green spaces and the London skyline beyond. The... View Project

The Lighterman, Granary Square

Granary Square, London welcomes dining room and bar The Lighterman, a brand new building spanning the eastern side of Granary Square, offering three floors of all-day dining and drinking, with alfresco seating on both Regent’s Canal and Granary Square, plus a... View Project

Watson Building, Liverpool

The Watson Building, which was formerly used as offices, storage and loading bays for the historic Lewis’s department store, is located on Renshaw Street and offers sweeping views of the city skyline. Landmarks including the Royal Liver Building, Metropolitan Cathedral and Radio City... View Project

University of Glasgow Research Hub

Global firms WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and HOK Architects have secured a major contract with the University of Glasgow to develop a world-leading research hub. The £40 million research hub facility will be developed on the University of Glasgow’s 31... View Project
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