Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Douglas Knoop Centre (2006)

Home of Sheffield University’s Humanities Research Institute (HRI), the Douglas Knoop Centre is a contemporary extension to a grade II listed pavilion building which originates from the 1830s.  Many will remember the building on Gell Street, next to the Henderson’s Relish Factory, being

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Civic Voice AGM Comes to Sheffield

We are delighted to be able to confirm that Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement in England, will hold its AGM in Sheffield on 14/15 October 2011. Civic Voice aims to make places more attractive, enjoyable and

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Sheffield’s Best Buildings Revealed

It’s official; Sheffield’s favourite new building is Leopold Square as voted for by people living and working in the city, as part of the Sheffield Design Awards 2010. Leopold Square, designed by Axis Architecture, was announced the winner of the

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Love Sheffield? Join Sheffield Civic Trust and make it even better…

If you love Sheffield join us now, become part of the national civic movement and help make our city even better. Join Sheffield Civic Trust and you’ll be supporting our activities in promoting Heritage Open Days, Design Reviews on major projects like Sheffield Hallam University’s Charles

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The Workshop Studio, Kenwood Park Road – Wins Best Building!

Well done to DRDH Architects for securing another award for the Workshop Studio, this time for the Best Building in the Sheffield Design Awards 2010! The project also has a RIBA Regional Award 2010 and was commended in the Yorkshire 2009 AR

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Cemetery Road – Residential Award Winner!

Well done to Project Orange who won the Residential Award in the Sheffield Design Awards 2010 for its Cemetery Road scheme at the Awards Celebration this week. Related Articles Sheffield’s Best Buildings Revealed (sheffieldcivictrust.wordpress.com) Sheffield Design Awards 2010 (sheffieldcivictrust.wordpress.com)

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Newfield and Talbot School win the Community Design Award!

The Newfield Secondary School and Talbot SEN School by HLM Architects under the Building Schools for the Future initiative was the deserved winner of the Community Design Award in the Sheffield Design Awards 2010. HLM are currently close to concluding their

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