Adaptive reuse: defining new purpose for existing buildings
Ever since buildings have been built, they have been repurposed. How can existing building assets remain relevant in a changing world?
Sheila Bird Studio is a multidisciplinary design studio that breathes life and soul into places to encourage people to talk, have fun and most importantly, love what they do.
Sheila Bird Studio is a multidisciplinary design studio that breathes life and soul into places to encourage people to talk, have fun and most importantly, love what they do. It’s is all about making noise for these businesses, and creating and shaping working communities where thoughts and ideas are formed.
Over the past thirty years, they have worked with some of the biggest brands in the UK and globally and won awards for its business-changing spaces.
In 2019 Sheila Bird joined forces with ex-neighbourhood founder Jon Humphreys to develop their approach to creative place-making further with some exciting new projects in the pipeline for 2020.
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