The Old School House project on Steep Hill, Lincoln is a finalist for the best extension or alteration to an existing dwelling in the LABC East Midlands Building Excellence Awards. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Frameworks Sam Winton is the winner of the first RIBAJ/Future Architects writing competition with a lively piece on multigenerational living. Visit https://ribaj.com/culture/ribaj-future-architects-writing-competition-the-results, to read his winning essay.
Update images as site works continue to the new commercial buildings and public space, reinvigorating this quarter of the City of Lincoln.
The new Zinc cladding on the retail development & Everyman Cinema within Lincoln City centre is looking great.
The brick work has commenced for the new facade treatment to 5 & 6 Cornhill Pavements, Lincoln. This scheme is part of the broader Cornhill Quarter regeneration project.
Progress images of the new Lincolnshire Co-op Sturton by Stow food store. The store utilises a Sedum roof, with brick and render facade treatments to harmonise with the local environment.
Update images as the form of the new commercial development in the Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln’s City centre starts to take shape.
High level view taken from the roof of 1-3 New Market Buildings in the Cornhill Quarter. Showing the progress being made at the new retail development for Everyman Cinema and The Botanist – a tight urban site in the centre of Lincoln.
Framework have achieved planning permission for the refurbishment of 1-3 New Market Buildings – the former New Market Hotel – as part of the broader Corn Hill Quarter regeneration scheme in Lincoln City centre.
The winning team at the LABC Building Excellence Awards, Ongo Social Housing Provider, G.S. Kelsey Construction and Framework Architects. Winners of the ‘Best Community Building’ for The Arc, Westcliffe, Scunthorpe.