We are so pleased to see our #gingerbreadhouse design being used in this RIBA Learning project! Test your culinary skills and bake your very own building at any time of the year. Follow their step-by-step guide, the link is in our bio. #ArchitectureAtHome #ribalearning @riba #architecture #bm3architecture #bm3news #create #design #baking #activities #architecturalactivities


A group from BM3 has been practicing #yoga once every week for almost two years now. The sessions help us to improve our concentration, physical and emotional #wellbeing. Thanks to our amazing teacher Nam @namasyoga we think we nailed the #doublechildspose last night 😊 #bm3architecture #bm3team #bm3news #workplacewellness #yogapose #yogapractice


Kabir Bansal, Viktoriya Stoyanova from our Birmingham studio and Jessica Humphrey, William Garden from our London studio are the latest members of the BM3 team who became fully qualified Architects. BM3 is committed to fully supporting staff in their professional development. Many congratulations Kabir, Viktoriya, Jessica and Will on passing your Part III exams, all of us are very proud of you! #architects #architecture #achievement #qualified #bm3architecture #bm3news


Pannel Croft Retirement Village

We are delighted to be working with The ExtraCare Charitable Trust on Pannel Croft’s refurbishment, with work due to begin on 3rd February.

Pannel Croft Village opened in 2012 and is situated in Newtown, Birmingham. A modernisation programme is proposed to improve space usage, business efficiency and aesthetic appeal. As part of the internal updates, it is envisaged that carpets, flooring and furniture are replaced.

We're excited to see the project progress, here's a sneak peek of what it will look like!


Throwback to our Bromsberrow Heath development, completed in 2019. BM3 on behalf of #spellermetcalfe have designed 5 new detached homes for open market sale located near the Malvern Hills. The proposal has been designed with the intention to respond to the rural surrounding, establishing a sense of character and cohesion to existing residential area. A low-density approach reduces the impact of the new development on site, balancing the space in favour of green areas. #residential #housing #private #newhomes #openmarket #rural #familyliving #modern #bm3architecture #architecture #bm3news


We said we would spice things up! BM3’s concept created a well connected site, under a cantilevered roof with pockets of space for socialising. The Carrot Cake Cafe opens on to the adjacent park for all Gingerbread citizens to enjoy, finished with a light dusting of snowfall. Come to the @gingerbread_city at @somersethouse , organized by @museumofarchitecture , before the 5th Jan 2020 to see our new arctic and snowy occupants! #thegingerbreadcity2019 #gingerbread #gingerbreadhouse #london #christmas #bm3architecture #bm3news #design #architecture


Come and visit our Gingerbread House @somersethouse #thegingerbreadcity2019 #gingerbread #gingerhouse #london #architecture #design #christmas #creativity #bm3news #bm3architecture


Continuous brainstorm in our London Office on facade solutions for our Gingerbread House. #thegingerbreadcity2019 #gingerbread #gingerbreadhouse #london #architecture #design #christmas #creativity #bm3architecture #bm3news @gingerbread_city @somersethouse @museumofarchitecture


BM3 is trying something new… watch this space!! @gingerbread_city @museumofarchitecture @gingerbread_city @somersethouse @im_ashleyread #gingerbreadcity2019 #gingerbreadcity #gingerbreadhouse #gingerbread #foodporn #london #cityoflondon #architecture #bakeoff #christmas #creativity #exhibition #bm3architecture #bm3news


Bonfire night in our courtyard! #aboutlastfriday #fireworks #bonfire #bm3architecture #digbeth #workfun #bm3team #bm3news


Yesterday we had an excellent and very educational morning at the @riba PiP #seminar on #housing. Explored how #collaboration between #architects, #consultants and #manufacturers are helping create better designed, inspiring and #sustainablehousing @ribajournal #residentialseminar #bm3london #bm3news


Goscote Lane Showcased in National Report

Our agenda is to always produce community-based places where people want to live.

Delighted that our scheme Goscote Lane, Walsall’s biggest ever regeneration project was held up as a best example in the National Housing Federation’s (NHF’s) Great Places Commission report, which you can find here:

Goscote Lane was accompanied by environment and infrastructure improvements to adjacent public space, as well as delivering employment and training opportunities for local people.

Great partnership with Keepmoat Homes, whg, Walsall Council and the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership.


We’re over the moon that our Silver Court scheme has been shortlisted for best regeneration project at the Inside Housing Development Awards 2019!! Well done to everyone that worked on this project, great #partnership with @wearewhg @lovell_homes #homesengland #kier #walsallcouncil #fingerscrossed #teamwork #proud #newhomes #masterplanning #bm3architecture #bm3news #insidehousingawards2019 🏆🏡


Richard Powell

With sadness, we learn that Richard Powell has died. Richard was an important figure in BM3, having seen it grow from early beginnings in 1988 to when he retired in 2017. He was a Partner then a Director for 23 years. We extend our condolences to Richard’s family.

Arrangements for the funeral of Richard Powell on Wednesday 28th August 2019:


BM3 Framework Success

We're delighted that BM3 Architecture has been appointed to provide architectural services to the East Midlands Housing Group framework. This new framework agreement will enable them to deliver up to 600 homes a year during 2019-2023.

We are proud that our hard work has paid off, in the last two years we have been selected on a wide range of frameworks in the public sector across the UK due to our experience and collaborative approach for specific services such as architectural, principal designer and landscaping.

Listed below are some of the frameworks we’re registered on: The Wrekin Housing Trust, Bromford, Midland Heart, WM Housing Group, Sanctuary Housing, ExtraCare Charitable Trust.

We very much looking forward to the number of new projects in the years to follow!


Our team is growing!

A warm welcome to Christopher Ray and Rebecca Smith who have recently joined the BM3 team.

Chris joined us as Senior Technician/Business Development where his aim is to further develop the Custody and Defence sector. Rebecca is a Senior Architect and will be leading the Education Sector.

Their wealth of experience will be integral to the services we provide to our valued clients. We wish both every success in their new roles!


BM3 raises £3500 for Homelessness charity SIFA Fireside

This summer we collaborated with Landscape Institute Midland Branch, RIBA West Midlands & the Birmingham Architectural Association to raise £3500 for Homelessness charity SIFA Fireside at the "Digbeth Urban Forest".

A big thank you to everyone who joined us and contributed towards making this such a successful evening. We are so appreciative for all the support and delighted we are able to help such a wonderful charity.

Many thanks to our Urban Forest charity sponsors: GreenBlue Urban, Marley Eternit, Taylor Maxwell, Marshalls, Boningale.


Proposals for the refurbishment of Inkerman House in Birmingham gain planning approval.

Inkerman House is a 12 storey, residential tower block located above Newtown Shopping Centre, in Birmingham. Plans for the block were approved in 1966 and it was completed in 1968. It is 44 metres tall, and contains 144 flats, with 12 flats per floor.

The refurbishment of the block forms part of the regeneration programme by Birmingham City Council, to upgrade the facades, fire safety strategies, and thermal performance of existing towers, in the City.

Our key priorities with the proposals are to create a safer and more comfortable living environment for the residents. During the public consultation, the outcome and feedback from residents were extremely positive. Residents will benefit from the building being thermally upgraded, the new heating and ventilation systems within the flats, and greater use of their amenity space, due to the new enclosed balcony system. The updated entrance will improve legibility, enhance security, and encourage residents to take ownership of their block.


Keelson Pointe was named Best Social or Affordable New Housing Development at LABC Awards

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.


BM3's New Director Announcement

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.


BM3 Architecture at MIPIM 2018!

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.


Work Experience Program

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.


BIM in Birmingham

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:


RIBA West Midlands: Learn It Earn It

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.


Bonfire Night!

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!


BM3 makes eight new promotions

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.


Four Almshouses, Little Gransden

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.