Work is due to begin on the regeneration project in Tamworth! We have worked with @ENGIE_Places_UK to design 140 new affordable homes, as part of Tamworth Borough Council’s largest programme of housebuilding for a generation. More information: https://t.co/QORFGRt7UJ #bm3news https://t.co/98XQ4GYBGe
Landscape Institute Midlands in partnership with the BM3 Architecture, BAA and RIBA West Midlands are hosting a charity networking event on 23rd August, fundraising for a local Homelessness charity, SIFA Fireside. Register your ticket here: https://t.co/xb3AXGR6qN #bm3news https://t.co/4hpPYP0ac2
Keelson Pointe was an award winner of Best Social or Affordable Housing Development in the West Midlands LABC Awards 2018.
BM3 Architecture Ltd worked with Walsall Housing Group for the development of 66 energy efficient lifetime homes for the over 55's in Bloxwich, Walsall.
The £7.8 million development, built by Kier Group, was completed in May 2017.
We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Paul Shepherd to a Director as of June 2018.
Paul is a key member to our team and has over 17 years’ experience in delivering projects with public and private sector residential experience.
This well-deserved promotion is a reflection of the outstanding contribution Paul has made to the continuing growth of BM3.
We are at MIPIM 2018! Taking place in Cannes, MIPIM, the premier real estate event, gathers the most influential players from all sectors of the international property industry for four days of networking, learning and transaction through premium events, conferences and dedicated exhibition zones.
Our attendees Neil Walker and Mario Antoni are looking forward to getting together with other members of the industry, please contact us if you would like to arrange a meeting.
We have recently updated our work experience program to be more hands on and challenging for our placement students.
We take on students from year 10 upwards from a range of schools, colleges and sixth forms. The one week, tailored program that we offer included both 2D and 3D hand sketching, working to different briefs, 3D modelling on Sketch Up and concludes with a professional presentation of the students work.
If you are interested in undertaking a weeks work experience in a busy architectural practice then feel free to get in contact with us. We get very busy through the summer months so booking well in advance is recommended.
BM3 is really excited to be part of #BIMinBirmingham 2018. The event will welcome over 500 architecture and design students from the UK and South America alongside 200 built environment professionals.
Our BIM Manager Aleksander Gil will be speaking at the RIBA BIM Expo on 24th January 2018. Find out more about BIM in Birmingham 2018 & book your ticket here: https://biminbrum.eventbrite.co.uk
We are delighted to be part of RIBA West Midlands: Learn it Earn it. BM3 is supporting the new architectural program by sharing expertise and connect architecture students with career opportunities locally.
Sam Davey, Architect at BM3, will be speaking at local schools of architecture and we are hoping with our contribution to enhance the future of the region’s architectural design capacity and reputation.
We organised a Fireworks Evening in our courtyard, located in Digbeth.
BM3’s team enjoyed the evening, with food, great music and drinks whilst watching a glittering array of fireworks!
We are delighted to announce the promotions of Chad Farmer, Anna McGhee, Matthew Caulfield, Ranjit Johal, Ross Pritchard, Stuart Caldicott, John Kidner and Konstantina Zannetaki to Associates!
These well-deserved promotions are a reflection of the outstanding contribution all have made to the continuing growth of the practice. BM3’s team consists of 72 people and is now the biggest it has ever been.
We attended the opening of the Almshouses in Little Gransden.
The Almshouses owned by the Julia Norris Almshouse Trust, were constructed in 1902. BM3 was instructed to repair and refurbish these for elderly persons. With the proposals each flat gained 6 square metres of additional space. This represents a 15% increase in size, something that significantly improved the quality and sustainability of the dwellings.
We hosted RIBA Building Brum: Digbeth in Colour in our open air courtyard, located in Digbeth. The event was the fourth in the #buildingbrum series, a programme of cross-disciplinary events set to run throughout 2017 looking at different aspects of Birmingham's built environment.
The BM3 Team wanted to celebrate Digbeth and showcase using colour how it is only set to grow in coming years into an alternative hub of sustainable and creative energy. Guests took part in the 'colour a canvas' outlining a Digbeth landmark and were able to try their hand at graffiting the Birmingham skyline.
There was over 100 people joining us and we were very excited by people’s participation on the night. The events are a collaboration between the RIBA, ICE, RICS, RTPI, BIID, SBID, Landscape institute and CIOB sponsored by EH Smith, Interface, Johnson Tiles and Orangebox.
Quote: RIBA Project Manager and Building Brum Organiser Conor Nolan:
''It was great to see everyone who came to Digbeth let their creative side out and get stuck into the grafting and painting. The Building Brum series is all about celebrating Birmingham in creative and unique ways and BM3 Architecture really tapped into the built environment community’s artistic side to paint their city.''
Located just a few minutes walk from Belsize Tube station, this development benefits from a prestigious London postcode. It is also located near
to the 1934 landmark Wells Coates grade I-listed Isokon building, which is evident in the design of this new block of apartments.
The development comprises 72 apartments of private and affordable tenure and forms an important landmark on this corner location.
BM3 was appointed to carry out the detailed design of the building, and also act as lead consultant on the project. A major element of our role on
this project was to ensure the detailing of the building was of the highest quality in order that the concept design be fully realised.
A mosaic from one of the former buildings on the site has been carefully removed and will be lovingly restored as part of the facade of the new building. The building is due for completion in 2017.
BM3 have gained planning permission for 51 new build apartments and 13,000 sqft retail with associated landscaping and parking at Blackfriars Street, Hereford. There is a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments provided over 3 blocks proposed for private rent, elderly affordable rent and general needs affordable rent. The retail is sub-dividable into 1, 2 or 3 units.
The site, before demolition, contained a car wash / valeting service, a furniture shop and a public car park and measures 0.69ha. These buildings were of low architectural quality and as part of the scheme were proposed for demolition.
Nottingham City Council grants planning permission for our scheme in south central Nottingham.
BM3 Architecture have worked with Keepmoat Homes to design 112 new build homes for private sale. The proposals are for houses of various sizes along with important landscape improvements and should be complete late 2019.
Sayer Court was highly commended for an Integration and Collaborative Working Award in the Celebrating Construction Awards 2017.
BM3 Architecture Ltd and Pick Everard worked with Warwick District Council and Willmott Dixon for the development of 81 energy efficient lifetime homes for the over 55's in Leamington Spa.
Coventry City Council grants planning permission for our scheme in Deedmore Road.BM3 Architecture have worked with Westleigh Partnerships Ltd to design 52 new homes. The scheme is comprised of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses.The proposals are for buildings with distinct character but still sensitive to their context and should be complete middle to late 2018.
BM3 organised a three day study visit to Rotterdam for all staff. Rotterdam is the architectural hub of The Netherlands. During our stay we visited some architectural true gems, several interesting housing schemes as well as experiencing the city's rich historical and cultural development.