From the industrial revolution to manufacturing in space, delegates at this year’s CILT Convention in Manchester were taken on a dramatic journey through the evolution of logistics design by Stephen George + Partners' James Nicholls
It’s fair to say that the design of logistics facilities has changed considerably in recent years, particularly as technological advances influence the industry and the way it uses its buildings. Exploring these changes, delegates at
Stephen George + Partners joined key logistics industry stakeholders, policy makers and planning experts at the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) ‘Feeding Cities Summit’ at The British Museum, London in November. Partner Marcus Madden-Smith was
For the past two years I have been wearing 4 hats and it’s been an education. As architects we have decades of experience in designing offices sometimes for developers, sometimes for contractors as their design and
Buses have never been the most romantic form of travel. We’re unlikely to see Michael Portillo’s Great Coach Journeys on our TV screens any time soon; nor did Agatha Christie pen Murder on the National
Could space be the place for the next industrial revolution? How manufacturing in space is now a serious long-term proposition and considers how architects might design off-world factories….
Whilst you’re reading these words, there’s a bright
Tackling the UK housing crisis has become a key theme of political discourse in recent months. The Chancellor’s autumn Budget announcement of £44bn capital funding to help build 300,000 homes annually by the mid-2020s is
Despite concerns of a Brexit-driven slowdown, UK manufacturing recorded its fastest growth in three years in April as a slowly recovering global economy and a weaker pound boosted order books. Positivity in the sector has
Stephen George + Partners recently organised and hosted a high-level industry leadership debate in Leicester to tackle some of the big questions currently facing education and the UK public estate.
Alongside senior figures from Stephen George
What role will today’s school children and young adults play in improving the built environment of tomorrow? How do they perceive the environment around them and will they step up when it is their turn