Category Archives: BPS

AWARD WINNERS!!!

We are please to announce that the Knowledge Hub project has won the practice award at the National Urban Design Awards 2017, organised by the Urban Design Group. This is Co.LAB’s first official award and incredibly proud of the achievement. The

AWARD WINNERS!!!

We are please to announce that the Knowledge Hub project has won the practice award at the National Urban Design Awards 2017, organised by the Urban Design Group. This is Co.LAB’s first official award and incredibly proud of the achievement. The

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image credit: Birmingham City University On December 14th, our work on the Knowledge Hub urban strategy played a key part in the Curzon Symposium, hosted by Birmingham City Council. A video, commissioned by BCU, was presented to the delegates at

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image credit: Birmingham City University On December 14th, our work on the Knowledge Hub urban strategy played a key part in the Curzon Symposium, hosted by Birmingham City Council. A video, commissioned by BCU, was presented to the delegates at

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PROJECT PROFILE: Knowledge Hub

Project Title: Knowledge Hub Urban Strategy Location: Aston/Eastside, Birmingham Partners: Birmingham City University, Node Urban Design Project Type: Consultation, Design Strategy/Feasibility Prof. Cliff Allen, Vice-Chancellor of BCU commissioned the School of Architecture and Design to work up a masterplan design

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PROJECT PROFILE: Knowledge Hub

Project Title: Knowledge Hub Urban Strategy Location: Aston/Eastside, Birmingham Partners: Birmingham City University, Node Urban Design Project Type: Consultation, Design Strategy/Feasibility Prof. Cliff Allen, Vice-Chancellor of BCU commissioned the School of Architecture and Design to work up a masterplan design

Innovation in Clustered Networks

 image source: www.purest-form.com/particle-field/  Research to develop the Birmingham Production Space undergoes a new phase – attempting to clarify its position in the city both culturally, economically and geographically. We are also progressing the proposal with discussions alongside BCU to promote greater

Innovation in Clustered Networks

 image source: www.purest-form.com/particle-field/  Research to develop the Birmingham Production Space undergoes a new phase – attempting to clarify its position in the city both culturally, economically and geographically. We are also progressing the proposal with discussions alongside BCU to promote greater

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What is Birmingham Production Space?

Birmingham Production Space (BPS) is a proposal, an idea, and an opportunity for a national centre for the production of art, design and manufacturing. The proposition is ambitious and necessary; drawing on Birmingham’s industrial heritage of ‘making’ whilst positioning the

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What is Birmingham Production Space?

Birmingham Production Space (BPS) is a proposal, an idea, and an opportunity for a national centre for the production of art, design and manufacturing. The proposition is ambitious and necessary; drawing on Birmingham’s industrial heritage of ‘making’ whilst positioning the

BPS Survey Results

image: Workshop Birmingham BPS report (Ruth Claxton) Last month, we promoted an open call for a survey for Birmingham Production Space; gathering information on the region’s current art and design practice, finding out what the creative industries need, what are

BPS Survey Results

image: Workshop Birmingham BPS report (Ruth Claxton) Last month, we promoted an open call for a survey for Birmingham Production Space; gathering information on the region’s current art and design practice, finding out what the creative industries need, what are

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Starting the Conversation

image: Bouton & Watt Boiler Room, Soho Birmingham Production Space: Starting the Conversation 16 December, 6.30–8.30pm This first public event is a chance to find out more about the Birmingham Production Space proposal and, most importantly, feedback on the ideas

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Starting the Conversation

image: Bouton & Watt Boiler Room, Soho Birmingham Production Space: Starting the Conversation 16 December, 6.30–8.30pm This first public event is a chance to find out more about the Birmingham Production Space proposal and, most importantly, feedback on the ideas

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Birmingham Production Space – Survey

Over the last nine months or so we have been working on a proposal to develop the Birmingham Production Space. The research is led by Ruth Claxton (Eastside Projects), Sean O’Keeffe (Capsule), Alessandro Columbano and Mike Dring (Birmingham School of Architecture).

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Birmingham Production Space – Survey

Over the last nine months or so we have been working on a proposal to develop the Birmingham Production Space. The research is led by Ruth Claxton (Eastside Projects), Sean O’Keeffe (Capsule), Alessandro Columbano and Mike Dring (Birmingham School of Architecture).