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EPR Architects granted planning approval for Garden City


EPR Architects’ proposals for the redevelopment of the former Shredded Wheat Factory site in Welwyn Garden City have been approved. The scheme will deliver 850 new


MUSEUM REFURB


National Army Museum refreshed by BDP


The National Army Museum reopened in Chelsea on 30 March following a three-year “regeneration” in which architect BDP played a key role. The 1970s museum received an


extensive refurbishment and a new extension by contractor Gilbert-Ash, with BDP providing architecture, engineering, lighting, acoustics, landscape and interior design services on the £23.7m scheme. Tim Leach, architect director at BDP,


said: “The creative adaptation of this major UK museum presents a wonderful opportunity to re-order the building, redisplay the collections and communicate


the significance of the army story to a wider audience.” BDP’s work involved substantial


re-ordering of the building to maximise access and improve visitor experience. Internally, a new, naturally-lit central atrium staggered across all floors creates “a dynamic space that opens up vistas into and through the depth of the building,” say the architects. The project also provided 2,200 m² of


exhibition space across six permanent galleries and a new temporary exhibition gallery. Education and learning spaces, cafe, retail and front and back house support spaces were also provided.


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homes in the heart of the town’s centre and will convert the original – now listed – 1920s factory buildings into new office space, retail and a creche as well as reinventing the 25 metre-tall grain silos for use as a boutique hotel. EPR Architects’ vision for this new


urban quarter of Welwyn Garden City has been closely guided by Ebenezer Howard’s original Garden City princi- ples but with a modern interpretation; greenery, open space and a sense of community feed through all aspects of the masterplan, offering a new approach to patterns of living and working that reflect today’s aspiration for a healthy lifestyle. An integral part of the masterplan


for this historic 20-acre site is the restoration of the modernist produc- tion buildings, bringing them back to their former glory. A new publicly accessible formal garden space will provide an apt setting for the reinstated grand entrance of Louis de Soissons Architects’ revitalised Production Hall building and associ- ated grain silos, which will once again be celebrated as one of the main focal points of Welwyn Garden City.


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