Our London studio regularly holds ‘Design Fridays’ - a series of webinars that has provided a forum to share ideas, research and innovations in design, conservation and architectural knowledge. As much of the world is working remotely, we have opened these discussions to a wider, public audience.
Mark Goldspink joins MHA Larking Gowen partner Ian Fitch, and discusses the roots of our practice in East Anglia, and how we’re looking forward to becoming an employee-owned business in May of this year.
Recently, colleagues across Purcell have collaborated with the charity’s Built Environment team on a project called ‘Connecting People and Places’.
Last month, £21 million was awarded to Tamworth and in conjunction with the investment, Purcell are developing a masterplan across its town centre to revitalise how its local communities and visitors experience the town.
Although 2020 has been a challenging year for the hospitality industry, hoteliers and developers have seized the opportunity of refurbishing, remodeling and upgrading while their hotels are largely empty of guests.
Senior Architect from Purcell’s Cambridge studio, Alasdair Jones, discusses Purcell’s recent work at Wilkins' Hall, King’s College Cambridge, where our specialist team have repaired its exterior and interior, conserving the historic site for future use.