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News: Sustainable redevelopment for the world’s most remote inhabited island

Liverpool practice Brock Carmichael Architects has been awarded the contract to bring a socially sustainable redevelopment plan to the remote island of Tristan Da Cunha, as part of a national competition led by The Royal Institute of British Architects.
Michael Cosser

Insight: Cunard House: Celebrating the future, in tribute to the past

There’s nothing more satisfying than knowing you’ve been able unlock the potential of a project, while retaining everything that made it special in the first place. This is why when it comes to conservational architecture, there are so many things to consider.

News: Queens Dock project caps a Liverpool Waters double for Brock Carmichael

Following a £30m redevelopment, The Keel at Queens Dock is complete – bringing 240 outstanding apartments to Liverpool Waterfront and continuing Brock Carmichael’s relationship with the wider Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme.
Martin Watson

Insight: Respecting and resurrecting a Liverpool legend

It takes courage to take on a legend. How do you improve on something that’s stood the test of time for over 100 years? How do you make your mark on a design that’s as elegant and enchanting today as it was the day its doors first opened? Reinvent it for a new generation? Well,...

News: A new life for Ogden’s Imperial Tobacco Factory

BCA have obtained planning approval securing a new life for Ogden’s Imperial Tobacco Factory in Liverpool.

News: Liverpool Waters: Regenerating our historic docklands

Liverpool is famous for many things, but it’s always been a place associated with industry and innovation. For decades, the historic docklands lining the banks of the River Mersey provided the lifeblood that kept the heart of the city beating – and through Liverpool Waters,...

Insight: Respecting and resurrecting a Liverpool legend

It takes courage to take on a legend. How do you improve on something that’s stood the test of time for over 100 years? How do you make your mark on a design that’s as elegant and enchanting today as it was the day its doors first opened? Reinvent it for a new...

News: Brock Carmichael shortlisted for an international design competition!

We are delighted to have been chosen as 1 of 5  firms from around the world for next stage of the RIBA Tristan da Cunha international design competition. Our challenge –  to create a more self-sustainable community for the most remote inhabited island on the planet!

News: Warwick Mill moves to next stage.

Together with our Joint Venture partners The Oval Partnerhsip, Brock Carmichael are progressing the redevelopment of Warwick Mill in Middleton. This multi-million pound regeneration of the 200,000 ft² grade II listed mill building will provide a trade showroom for exhibiting...
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