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A new era for AWW
As of Thursday 11 May 2023 we officially became an Employee Owned Trust (EOT).
Creating communities for a lasting social legacy
We are proud that AWW has been appointed to Lot 1 (Architectural Services – Buildings) of the new LHC CS1 – Consultancy Services Framework, which runs until 2027.
Gas Lane student living: regeneration of an industrial heritage site
Unanimous planning consent granted for this purpose-built student accommodation development, part of the greater Silverthorne Lane masterplan.
Shape My City students bring energy and creativity to AWW design workshop
Aspiring Architects and Interior Designers joined us to give an insight into what this next generation will bring to the future of the industry.
Introducing AWW’s new Associate Directors
Following the launch of our career framework pathways as part of our employee investment programme, we are delighted to have promoted three new Associate Directors.
Design award win for residential regeneration project Brandon Yard
The Civic Society Design Award 2021 celebrates the sympathetic redevelopment of the industrial harbourside heritage site.
Changing lives through sustainable community development
Working with Bristol Charities AWW is developing an environmentally responsible, energy efficient design approach for the Vassall Centre aiming for Passivhaus standards and a Net Zero Carbon operational target.
Archiboo Awards celebrate our visitor user experience
Our new website, launched earlier this year, has won in the Best User Experience Category of the Archiboo Awards 2021!
“Alex goes above and beyond in her approach to design and meticulous attention to detail, ensuring projects are innovative, sustainable and challenge design principles but are also delivered with expert care and attention. We are very proud to call Alex one of us.”
We are the Insider Property Awards South West Architectural Practice of the Year!
AWW celebrates Architectural Practice of the Year Award win
We are introducing employee shareholding
We are extremely proud that this month we have made 15 of our employees shareholders in the practice.
Aligning our culture and visual identity
We unveil the latest evolution in our branding, with a new visual identity and website.
New sustainability director appointed
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Tim Forster to our board of directors.
Planning granted for modular construction hotel
Finalist in the Bristol Property Awards 2020
The Farmiloe is shortlisted for an NLA Award
A topping out ceremony for the Quadrangle
The Quadrangle, Cheltenham is nearing completion.
Workplace interior fit out completed against the odds
We are now proud to announce that our interior fit out is complete!
A new regional centre of excellence where food businesses take flight.
Planning achieved for city centre redevelopment masterplan
Planning consent was achieved for the redevelopment of the Silverthorne Lane site.
New industrial warehousing at Langstone Technical Park, Havant
Planning approval has been received.
Somerset Energy Innovation Hub
has been shortlisted for the Constructing Excellence South West Building of the Year 2020.
We are a Mixology 2020 Finalist
Nominated for Project of the Year, Workplace Interiors category.
Our Bristol office is on the move
We are excited to be moving up the road to a newly refurbished space in pivot + mark.
Pivotal new teaching facility for Bath School of Management
AWW is proud to be working as Executive Architect with Bouygues UK to deliver the new School of Management for the University of Bath.
COVID-19: Business Continuity
Thanks to our robust systems and team work.
Brandon Yard wins South West Residential Property Awards
At the inaugural Insider South West Residential Property Awards on the 30th January.
Gingerbread City 2019
AWW’s London studio participated in the Museum of Architecture’s fourth edition of Gingerbread City.
AWW helps transform after-school club
AWW and Kier Regional Building Western & Wales took on a project to transform Hannah Mores Primary School in Bristol.
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