Conran and Partners' Tim Bowder-Ridger on BBC London's Robert Elms Show

 

Tim Bowder-Ridger, Managing Director of Conran and Partners,  joined BBC London’s Robert Elms Show on Tuesday 5th January, to discuss the practice's work in London, in particular the revitalisation of Centre Point, an iconic landmark in London's West End, and an ambitious residential proposal now under construction in Ealing.

 Please click below  to listen to Tim on the show. 

http://bbc.in/1PKelM0


Notes to Editors

Conran and Partners have been improving the built environment by producing thoughtful and inspired architecture and interiors for more than 30 years. Based in London and Brighton they have a wealth of local, national and international experience at all scales from Masterplanning and Urban Regeneration to Restaurant design. 

Our design skills have been endorsed by over fifty design awards and commendations, including Civic Trust Awards and RIBA Awards for our work in sensitive contexts.

Conran and Partners believe that high quality design adds value and improves our lives. In all projects our aim is to create considered, well detailed buildings which are mindful of brief, context and user requirements, whilst bringing delight and satisfaction. We bring to the team and project a wide range of relevant expertise and experience.

Conran and Partners are skilled in producing viable and high quality proposals which show sensitive consideration for the context and local planning constraints. We were instrumental in developing the vision and master plan for the regeneration of the Butler’s Wharf estate, close to Tower Bridge, Roppongi Hills in central Tokyo, for the Mori Corporation, and have just completed the redevelopment of Futako Tamagawa, a project which has been Tokyo’s largest development site to date. The practice is currently delivering several large-scale schemes in London, including the conversion of the landmark Centre Point development to residential, for Almacantar, and the redevelopment of the Green Man Lane Estate in Ealing, West London.