British Council for Offices (BCO) Award winners

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The 2017 British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards were recently announced and we’re delighted to say that we have featured a number of the winning and recognised projects in Mix over the past 12 months (it’s nice to know we’re on the right track!).

One of the BCO’s primary objectives is to define excellence in office space. As part of this objective, the annual awards programme provides public recognition for top quality design and functionality and a benchmark for excellence in workplaces.

The programme acknowledges innovation and focuses external attention on examples of best practice. Established in 1992, the competition has grown and developed over the years, becoming the most prestigious awards in the UK industry – alongside the Mixology awards, of course.

Here we bring you the key winners in the Commercial and Corporate Workplace categories, plus a couple of the other projects we’ve featured in Mix, which were also recognised by the BCO this year.


National Winner

8 Finsbury Circus, London

Client- Mitsubishi Estate London / Stanhope

Occupier- Mitsubishi Estate London

Architect- WilkinsonEyre

 

North England/North Wales/Northern Ireland

Tomorrow Building, MediaCityUK, Manchester 

Client- Peel Media

Occupier- Multiple occupiers

Architect- Chapman Taylor

 

Scotland Winner

The Capitol, 431 Union Street, Aberdeen

Client- Knight Property Group

Occupier- Part let to PWC

Architect- Keppie Design

London Winner

8 Finsbury Circus, London

ClientMitsubishi Estate London / Stanhope

Occupier- Mitsubishi Estate London

Architect- WilkinsonEyre

 

Midlands & Central England Winner

Centre City, Hill Street, Birmingham

Client- Bruntwood

Occupier-

Architect- Associated Architects

 

South of England/South Wales Winner

One Central Square, Cardiff  

Client- Rightacres Property Co.

Occupier- Rightacres Property Co. / Blake Morgan / Hodge Bank / S3 Advertising / MotoNovo Finance / Milk & Sugar / Entrepreneurial Spark

Architect- Rio Architects


 

BCO Corporate Workplace Winners

National Winner

Sky Central, Grant Way, Isleworth, Middlesex

Client- Sky

Occupier- Sky

Architect- AL_A / PLP Architecture

 

North England/North Wales/Northern Ireland Winner

Moneypenny, Western Gateway, Wrexham 

Client- Moneypenny

Occupier- Moneypenny

Architect- AEW Architects and Designers

 

Scotland Winner

Ineos HQ, Grangemouth, 1 Inchyra Road

Client- Ineos Chemicals Grangemouth

Occupier- Ineos Chemicals Grangemouth

Architect- Michael Laird Architects

 

London Winner

Sky Central, Grant Way, Isleworth, Middlesex

Client- Sky

Occupier- Sky

Architect- AL_A / PLP Architecture

 

Midlands & Central England

Marston’s House, Brewery Road, Wolverhampton

Client- Marston’s

Occupier- Marston’s

Architect- KMB Architecture

 

South of England & South Wales Winner

SJP II, 2 Tetbury Road, Cirencester

Client- St James’s Place Wealth Management

Occupier- St James’s Place Wealth Management

Architect- Scott Brownrigg

 

National Innovation Winner:

Sea Containers, 18 Upper Ground, London

Client- Ogilvy Group UK / MEC

Occupier- Ogilvy Group UK / MEC / GTB

Architect- BDG / Matheson Whiteley

 

Innovation Winner

North of England, North Wales and Northern Ireland:

Sky Digital Centre of Excellence, Sky 1,2 and 3, Leeds Dock, Leeds

Client- Sky

Occupier- Sky

Architect- BDG architecture + design

 

Fit Out of Workplace National Winner

The Estee Lauder Companies, One Fitzroy, Mortimer Street, London

Client- The Estée Lauder Companies

Occupier- The Estée Lauder Companies

Architect- MCM Architecture