RHWLRenton Howard Wood Levin (architectural group; London, UK)
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Michael Barratt, RHWL Architects Managing Director for the Middle East, who is also working on other Qatar Foundation projects in Doha, presented a design which featured Oxford and Cambridge themed courtyards, low and zero carbon technology buildings and a replica of the British street within the campus.
And now, its abundance of nee-Georgian columns, pediments, and molding has been renovated by RHWL and invaded by wild young Brits.
The chosen architects are the Covent Garden partnership RHWL, whose so-called "arts team" has been involved in more than 150 auditoria in 80 projects worldwide.
It was designed by architects RHWL for the English Cities Fund, backed by Muse Developments, English Partnerships and Legal & General.
For the Royal Bank of Scotland's (the world's fifth largest bank) new Gogarburn HQ, architects RHWL specified Junckers floors for several areas.
The Miller Partnership was commissioned to design the football stadium, Seymour Harris the concert, exhibition and banqueting halls, and RHWL Ltd the corporate areas.
* While RHWL Partnerships ( who boasted credits including the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester; and refurbishments of the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, and Old Vic, London.
The architects behind Sofitel Pall Mall are award-winning RHWL, whose strong reputation lies in their experience in redeveloping and refurbishing historic locations.
Architects RHWL have produced a "striking" design for No 4 St Paul's Square, as the building will be known.
London-based RHWL will be responsible for the design and fit-out of the Arena's corporate area as well as the overall look of the complex.
Our development team worked closely with architects RHWL and the wider design team to create a building that has superb levels of energy and resource efficiency in material and design choices.