In 2011, White Design supported Triodos Bank to relocate its current Bristol-based UK head office to new, bespoke offices in the centre of the city. As well as the requirement for a smooth transition from one building to another, a key driver for the client was internal culture change.
Our work with East Sussex County Council (ESCC) required the development of a flexible framework to support future changes in policy emphasis. For the capital expenditure period for 2008 to 2011, the policy focus was on energy, transport, materials and internal environment.
Commission by The Countryside Council for Wales and the City and County of Swansea the design guide was co authored by White Design Associates (WDA) and Nathan Lichfield and Partners in 2010-2011.
There has not been a significant amount of change to the design of science laboratories since the days of Faraday in the late 19th Century. Teaching and learning facilities now need to reflect a more interactive and ICT-led approach to create more inspiring science accommodation.
White Design was asked by Footprint Building Ltd to provide low-carbon consultancy on the refurbishment of two Grade II listed Victorian properties in Clifton, Bristol.
The Anglican Diocese of Liverpool and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese came together to develop a new City Academy – The Academy of St Francis of Assisi.
White Design was commissioned to facilitate a series of workshops to establish a vision and design direction for a new co-housing group in Bristol.