We have a new Website and Blog…..

24 07 2013

Hello all,

We have a new webpage and a new blog!  Follow the link below to visit…

http://bryantpriestnewman.com/

 

new blog

 

We will be shutting this blog down shortly, but don’t worry – all the content will be transferred over to the new blog.





New Works by Ludo

30 05 2012

Del Monte cans in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter by Parisien artist Ludo.





If you’ve ended up here….

25 08 2011

…then we’ve got good news: our lovely new website is even better than this one – our blog is incorporated into one site. Clever huh?

Head over there instead. You’ll find lots of exciting news and lovely pictures.

www.bryantpriestnewman.com





BPN’s blog is on the move

14 04 2011

Blogging here on WordPress was never expected to be:
1. so much fun,
2. such a success,
3. so easy,
and
4. forever.

You might have been wondering why things have been a bit quiet on the blog for the last couple of weeks. Well, we’ve been a bit busy behind the scenes because we’re on the move, but we’re not going far: we’ve got a brand spanking shiny new website which incorporates a blog. You could say we’ve given ourselves a promotion.

The content from this WordPress site will be pulled over to the new site (much of it is already there), and the new site will make life a lot easier for our regular readers to keep up with news and changes at the practice, as well as seeing what we blog.

Our new website has been created by those rather clever people at Supercool Design – we’ve had a fantastic time working with them to build a site that celebrates our creative and collaborative approach to architecture. We’ve heard that architects can be a bit fussy (nonsense of course), but James, Katie and the rest of the Supercool team have made it seem easy. We can’t recommend them highly enough.

So, this will probably be the last you see of us here. WordPress has been a great starting point for us but it’s time for a change.

We’ll see you over at the new place http://bryantpriestnewman.com

TTFN. It’s been emotional.





Spring in Dartmouth Park

4 04 2011

Dartmouth Park Community Pavilion is pushing its way out of the ground. This public building will provide a much-needed base for visitors to Dartmouth Park in West Bromwich. Project Architect Gavin Orton captured this photograph during a site visit last week showing the steel frame which forms the core of the building.





Made In Birmingham Exhibition

30 03 2011

Students from Birmingham School of Architecture, with support from BAA and RIBA West Midlands, asked architects across the region what their favourite building or public space is in Birmingham.

The answers formed an exhibition which was displayed at the annual BAA event at Cube a few months ago – but the exhibition has now been installed at our office.

Come and take a look at what the experts in the region think about Birmingham’s buildings and spaces and tell us whether you agree! We are a working office, so if you would like to come and take a look, you are most welcome, but we’d be grateful if you could drop us a line or give us a call on 0121 233 1818.





Chip off the old bloc

18 03 2011

The new bloc Hotel round on Caroline Street is nearly complete. Not far off our original perspective, I’m sure you’ll agree:








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