Cathy Russell and Amy Sullivan explore the themes of stimulation and restoration in urban environments and how these theories can help create places which support mental wellbeing.
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In the first part of the Urban Design and Mental Health series, Cathy Russell and Amy Sullivan explore how design can improve mental health in our neighbourhoods.
In May 2019, Ryder gathered a group of 24 industry leaders and experts to discuss data and technology in the construction industry as part of our Reinvention campaign. This report summarises the findings of Reinvention – Data Rich, Data Why?
Discover how design can support organisations in their journey towards successful agile working practices.
Reinvention was initiated by Ryder to help create an exceptional construction industry with much improved outcomes for all stakeholders. This publication details the background and aspirations of the campaign.
The Emergency Care Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead was designed to improve and reform pathways for emergency patients at the Hospital, providing co located and integrated facilities for a variety of services. This post occupancy evaluation explores how well the building is performing.
A post occupancy evaluation of the Higher Education building at Grimsby Institute, exploring how well the building meets the needs of staff and students.
The origins and legacy of Ryder’s and Yates’s Kenton Bar Estate, Newcastle upon Tyne, are examined as an innovative outcome of the relationship between art and architecture.
The Scottish Crime Campus was commissioned by the Scottish Government to bring together five different agencies to tackle serious organised crime and terrorism through increased collaboration. This post occupancy evaluation evaluates the impact of the Scottish Crime Campus, particularly in relation to its impact upon collaboration.
A summary of the findings from a post occupancy evaluation of Durham Constabulary’s headquarters, completed in 2014.
This post occupancy evaluation focuses on 1 West Regent Street, a Category A office building in Glasgow including the integration of a landmark listed building.
A detailed report produced by Ryder in association with the University of Strathclyde, this paper focuses on research that informed the design of the Scottish Crime Campus. The Campus was commissioned by the Scottish Government to bring together five different agencies to tackle serious organised crime and terrorism through increased collaboration.
Gordon Murray’s paper takes a comprehensive look at the background, context and research that informed the design of the Scottish Crime Campus in Glasgow.
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