A string of significant project wins and steady staff growth over the past year means we have further cause for celebration during our 60th anniversary.
As part of its 60th anniversary exhibition, Ryder is hosting several events during October to engage with students, younger people and businesses in the area.
Ryder Architecture, in partnership with Arup and MAKE, has won a commission to redevelop a large site off John’s Wood Road, overlooking Lord’s cricket ground.
This will accommodate up to 387 pupils featuring a specialist additional support needs wing and a dedicated 90 place nursery.
Ryder Architecture continues to celebrate 60 years of leading and award winning architectural design across the UK with its exhibition in Mann Island, Liverpool, which opens on 3 October.
The new building is located on the playing field site adjacent to the existing high school, with the existing school being demolished.
Ryder Architecture’s Liverpool team are cycling 7,194 miles for charity from their office to their overseas base in Hong Kong... without moving an inch.
Guests had the chance to be James Bond for the night after Ryder Architecture hosted a casino evening to raise money for Percy Hedley Foundation as part of a joint 60th anniversary celebration.
As part of London Festival of Architecture 2013, we transformed street – from Mortimer Street up to Langham and Foley Street – into a traffic free, pedestrianised design haven for the day.