What should we value in the places we live, work and play?
Exploring the architecture of Nottingham & Nottinghamshire
Understanding the qualities of where we live and how this can inform planning for the future.
Suburbs and Domestic Architecture
How can green spaces help aid physical and mental wellbeing in urban locations?
Allotments and Green Spaces
St Anns Allotments
Positively connecting spaces between new and historical buildings.
Redefining the streetscape
Newton & Arkwright Building, NTU
Helping community to flourish in democratic and sociable spaces.
Old Market Square
Identifying and recognising buildings of cultural importance and ensuring their future.
Nottingham Bank, Watson Fothergill
Prudential Building, Alfred Waterhouse
Considering the form and function of public spaces to stimulate a sense of community ownership.
Realising the potential of disconnected places
Sneinton Market Square
Creating positive transitions between public and private spaces.
Public / Private
Arkwright Building, NTU
Promoting a cohesive urban landscape with considered and quality architecture to work with what is good from the past.
Integrating contemporary and historical architecture
Arkwright Courtyard, NTU
Understanding heritage to set a standard for modern architectural quality.
St Mary's Church
The Council House
Designing architecture to keep urban spaces safe and vibrant during the evening.
Finding and promoting appropriate contemporary use for historic buildings to maintain architectural integrity and vitality.
How can architectural heritage maintain its vitality?
Integrating transport, parks and leisure spaces carefully to maintain sociable, vibrant and safe places.
The Forest Recreation Ground