New London Quarterly - Fitzroy Place building review
New London Quarterly magazine published a building review of Fitzroy Place, which completes later in the year.
Bridging the ‘Performance Gap’
Bridging the ‘performance gap’ and sharing information about how buildings perform during their lifespan
Building magazine publishes technical study of London Business School
Building's Ike Ijeh interviews Sheppard Robson about the practice's London Business School project at the Old Marylebone Town Hall
ID:SR presents awards at MMU's interior design degree show
Congratulations to the MMU students who received this year's ID:SR awards
Sheppard Robson ranked 4th in the AJ120
Sheppard Robson ranked 4th in the Architects Journal list of the UK's top architectural practices
First images of Sheppard Robson’s Farringdon Road mixed-use project
Sheppard Robson’s design for 66-86 Farringdon Road in London transforms a site – currently occupied by a multi-story carpark – into a striking mixed-use development
First images of Sheppard Robson’s City Tower refurb, Manchester
For client Schroders, ID:SR has drawn up plans to renovate the building's 9,257 sq ft ground floor atrium and reception area.
Sheppard Robson win Architects' Practice of the Year & Commercial Development of the Year
Sheppard Robson pick up two awards at this years Insider North West Property Awards including; Architects' Practice of the Year and Commercial Development of the Year
Sheppard Robson gets go ahead for Greenbank Campus
Sheppard Robson has received planning permission from Liverpool City Council for a £90m new build and refurbished student residential scheme for the University of Liverpool at Greenbank halls of residence
Arkwright House revamp, Manchester, gets planning consent
Sheppard Robson’s conservation-led full and sympathetic refurbishment of Grade II listed Arkwright House, Manchester has received planning consent.
Green light for remodelling of building at Brunel University London
Sheppard Robson gets planning for transformation of Wilfred Brown Building, 45 years after completing original project.
Sheppard Robson announced as joint masterplanners for East Wick & Sweetwater Development
Plans revealed for 1500 new homes on Olympic Park site