Rutter Carroll’s book celebrates Ryder Architecture – our practice, history, projects and people.
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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.
Thomas Lane (Building) discusses the technology behind magnetically levitating trains, and puts forward the argument for a high speed maglev rail network across the UK.
Gordon Murray considers Steven Holl’s new Seona Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) in relation to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s art school opposite, in this 2014 ARQ article.
Gordon Murray, writing in ARQ, discusses the need to review the structure and practices of architectural education.
This case study from AJ’s Specification series looks at the Ryder designed Criminal Justice and Custody Centre in Aberdeen.
Take a look at 1 West Regent Street, an office and retail development in Glasgow – from the RIBA Journal, 2015.
Read about Ryder’s approach to stakeholder engagement in Public Sector Build Journal’s article: When Ryder Architecture was given the opportunity to design a new build school, Denton Community College, the firm's extensive collaboration with teachers, pupils and stakeholders resulted in an exciting and challenging brief.
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