St Hilda’s Oxford

The Rock

55 Leroy Street

Unity Place

High-quality social housing scheme completed in South Kilburn

Masterplanning

LondonOn Shortlisted for Oslo’s Waterfront Regeneration

Awards

LAX Laksevåg Masterplan wins AR’s Future Projects Award 2022

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Gateway West Topping Out Ceremony

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Work Progresses on Kerasia House in Corfu

St Hilda’s Oxford

Transformative front of house development for St Hilda’s Oxford riverside site

Pudding Mill Lane

Mixed-use district forming a part of Stratford’s Olympic legacy

Pudding Mill Lane Square

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Construction to Start on Nine Elms

Nine Elms Park, Facade Study

The Rock

A private residence perched upon a rocky outcrop in Whistler

View of dense tall trees and elevation of the house arranged around a rocky outcrop.

51 Hills Road

The greenest office in Cambridge

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Green light for Station Road

Gainsford Road

Affordable starter homes on a site with an Arts and Crafts legacy

Looking up at the building frontage from the footway.

Studio

Our ethos, principles and passion have held us together while working remotely during the pandemic. More

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Commitment to the Environment

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Values-Driven Working

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News

Work Progressing at 3 Mills Studios

The refurbishment and renovation of the historic listed buildings 3 Mills Studios, in East London, is rapidly progressing on site. Gort Scott was commissioned by London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to head a renovation of the historic buildings at the iconic 3 Mills Studios in east London.

The works will create new lettable spaces to support businesses from creative industries, specifically TV and film production, to make greater use of the busy screen production campus and will help deliver a world-class cultural and creative production hub throughout the Thames Estuary Production Corridor.

The works have been made possible by funding from the Government’s Getting Building Fund via a £3m grant allocated by the Mayor of London, and a further £1.9m funding has been provided through the LLDC’s Community Infrastructure Fund.

Gort Scott have worked closely with a strong team which includes Freehaus, OR Consulting and Momentum.

Full House for High Streets Panel Discussion

Gort Scott welcomed an audience of 75 to its Bermondsey studio for LFA panel discussion How Do You Solve a Problem Like New High Streets.

Directors Jay Gort and Fiona Scott were joined by an accomplished panel who were posed questions surrounding strategic approach; working at a local level; design and delivery of a strategy; the relationships between people and place; and integrating well-being and social value into high street design.

A huge thank you to everyone who came by to spend the evening with us, and to our panelists for joining us to discuss this topical and multi-faceted issue:

Morwenna Hall (Partner and COO at Argent LLP)
Alpa Depani (Head of Strategic Planning & Design at LB Waltham Forest)
Eleanor Fawcett (Head of Design at OPDC)
John Nordon (Co-Founder at Neighbourhood company)
Jayden Ali (Director at JA Projects)

You can now watch the How Do You Solve a Problem Like New High Streets on Vimeo

Coming Soon: Property X-Change

Gort Scott are set to be a part of the latest step in the Mayor’s Recovery Programme: Property X-Change, launching summer 2022.

The initiative aims to create a diverse, cross-city network and encourage collaboration and shared thinking to develop thriving highstreets for everyone. The programme features a strong team in Rumi Bose, Hassell, TEMPLO DESIGN, Ash Rao, James Parkinson, Camilla Siggaard Andersen, Susie Hyden, Adam Scott, Kat Hanna, Elly Watson, Andrea Carpenter, Oli Whittington and Lucie Murray.

Property X-Change was developed by the Greater London Authority, CBI (Confederation of British Industry), Cross River Partnership, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), British Property Federation, London Councils, London First, Guardians of the Arches, the Mayor of London, and Transport for London Property, with support from the Bloomberg Foundation.

Stay up to date with progress and ways to get involved on Twitter and LinkedIn.

St Hilda’s Shortlisted for Brick Awards Educational Building 2022 

Gort Scott’s transformative development for St Hilda’s College in Oxford has been shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2022 Educational Building category. Comprising two bold and elegant buildings which sitting in a redesigned landscape, the Anniversary Building defines the boundary of the College and strengthens its street presence, whilst the glazed Pavilion nestles on the edge of the River Cherwell and provides a space for lectures and events.

In developing the new buildings’ appearance, we have echoed and reinterpreted characteristics and idiosyncrasies of neighbouring College buildings. While the predominant material used is brick, linking these new additions to their context, decorative detailing such as a scalloped frill to the top storey of the Anniversary Building cultivates a unique identity, with precast concrete components and bronze-coloured metalwork providing contrast.

We are pleased to have been included in the Brick Awards shortlist amongst so many other exciting and innovative educational spaces.

Winners to be announced 10th November 2022

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Many architects, through their work, create art and alter environments. A few, like Gort Scott, transform lives.

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