After development of the MJP Ballymun Regeneration Masterplan in 1997, Levitt Bernstein designed 95 new houses for rent in the Shangan area of Ballymun as part of the first phase of regeneration.
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A new housing development in Bristol, comprising 25 new mixed tenure dwellings predominantly for rent. The scheme has been developed within the New Deal for Communities area on the site of a demolished high rise development.
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The remodelling, refurbishment and extension of an existing property, to create the Brixton Children's Centre, was jointly funded by the London Borough of Lambeth and Sure Start. Architectural and landscape improvements include a new roof, generous clerestory glazing and a play area to the rear, as well as internal reorganisation of spaces and facilities.
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Levitt Bernstein's was the winning entry in a competition sponsored by the Foundation. The challenge was to devise a proposal that kept costs to a minimum while providing high standards at affordable rents.
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A competition-winning commission to convert the listed Corn Exchange into a 750-seat concert hall and multi-purpose public building. The scheme enables the performance space to convert rapidly from fully seated to flat floor layout, and the acoustics can be varied to suit different requirements.
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When Cowley EMB wanted to improve a ball games area within their estate for children to use, we recognised that it was a great opportunity to provide an essential resource that could be developed with teenagers who are often an overlooked generation.
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The Hawfinch development is the demonstration phase of the regeneration of Grahame Park in the London Borough of Barnet. Levitt Bernstein is the joint leader of the team of specialist consultants providing the masterplan for this regeneration, creating nearly 3,000 new dwellings and retaining approximately 460 existing homes.
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LB Landscape Architecture in collaboration with sculptor Sally Price won first prize in the RIBA Hermitage Riverside competition to design a memorial park to commemorate the civilian dead of World War II on a site in Wapping, close to Tower Bridge on the north bank of the Thames.
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Phase I comprises three core sites in the town centre with ASDA as the key tenant with a 60,000sq/ft retail supermarket.
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The phased regeneration of the 1950s Naish Court Estate in Islington has been designed to rehouse existing tenants and leaseholders, and to introduce new tenants. Levitt Bernstein was commissioned to design a development suitable for market sales and integrated seamlessly with the rest of the estate regeneration.
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Levitt Bernstein was commissioned to design a scheme of 69 apartments: 27 for outright sale, the remainder for shared ownership plus 51 car parking spaces.
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The Grade II* listed Regent Theatre started life in 1929 as a "super cinema" but fell into disuse in the 1980s. The magnificent Art Deco auditorium and foyers have been restored, and a new larger stage and backstage facilities added.
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The Theatre Royal is a suburban theatre which achieved national significance as the home of Joan Littlewood's 'Theatre Workshop' productions. Front and Back of house facilities have been radically improved as part of the lottery-funded Stratford Circus redevelopment, which also adds a new performing arts centre.
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This project creates three new lecture halls, a seminar room and reconfigures the fluids laboratory for the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
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First opened in 1984, the 400-capacity theatre is the prototype for the many adaptable courtyard theatres that have been built since, living up to Francis Reid's prediction in the Architect's Journal that it was a 'pointer to the 21st Century'.
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Levitt Bernstein's commission from Workforce moves them from existing limiting premises in Shoreditch to a new building designed and fitted-out around Workforce’s long-term goals.
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