Come and see Robinson in Ruins (2010), the next in Sheffield Civic Trust’s Building Visions film series, which will be shown at the Showroom at 6pm tonight (Thursday 21 July 2011). Patrick Keiller‘s follow-up to London and Robinson in Space, has his voyeur Robinson released from prison and journeying across […]
‘Brutalist Speculations and Flights of Fancy’ on Friday 9 September (11am – 7.30pm) is an exploration of Sheffield’s six best Brutalist buildings (Park Hill, Castle Markets, the Electricity Substation on Moore Street, The Holy Cross Church on Spotswood Mount, Norton Water Tower and Psalter Lane Art School. The event at the Site Gallery will open […]
The Sheffield Tap has been awarded the “Best Conversion to Pub” award by CAMRA and English Heritage. This prestigous award follows hot on the heels of last years National Railway Heritage Award, which was presented by Pete Waterman OBE at London’s Guild Hall. A plaque now adorns the entrance […]
On 16 June 2011 a community share issue was launched to save Portland Works, the birthplace of stainless steel manufacturing, a complex of Grade II*listed buildings and a lively hub for the creative industries in Sheffield. The site is home to a community of over 20 diverse and thriving businesses, […]
Well done to Bond Bryan, ISG, Turner & Townsend, SKM, Capita Symonds and the University of Sheffield for the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), which has just won the RICS Pro Yorkshire Award for Design & Innovation in the region. SITraN is an essential development in the fight against motor neorone disease and other common neurogenerative […]
Sheffield Civic Trust (SCT) run a calendar of events each year to promote discussion, interest and debate about architecture, urban design and the built environment within Sheffield. Watch this space for further details….