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.
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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.
Building on his 2012 ARQ article, Gordon Murray discusses the need to rethink architectural education at a time of rapid change. As a new generation of savvy and digitally agile graduates emerges to reinvent the profession, how well are they supported by the current educational model?
Manchester Central Library is one of the busiest public libraries in the UK. The Grade II listed building underwent major refurbishment between 2010 and 2014, and this post occupancy evaluation examines how well the space meets the needs of staff and visitors.
An introduction to the origins of PlanBEE, a campaign for change in built environment education.
A modern classic: Ryder’s extensive redevelopment of Manchester’s Grade II listed Central Library is reviewed by Building.
Rutter Carroll’s book celebrates Ryder Architecture – our practice, history, projects and people.
This report outlines the framework for freeing up thinking about the education system and the way schools work: the time when learning happens, the spaces in which teachers plan and deliver lessons, the range of people who help to support learning, and the places where schools can operate and be located.
The origins, planning and evolution of a major development: this publication details the journey of Cobalt through the eyes of Ryder’s design team.
Read Building’s review: With its DNA-inspired design concept, BMJ and Ryder Architecture’s £82m Scottish Crime Campus provides compelling evidence that police buildings don’t have to be grim high-security compounds.
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