JRA has won the international design competition to design a new headquarters building for BankMed in Beirut, Lebanon.
Our design directly draws on our “contextual modernist” approach to address the surroundings and to propose a suitably striking image and identity.
The development at 101 Moorgate is situated next to the proposed new western entrance to Crossrail’s Liverpool Street station.
A new build office development above Farringdon’s Crossrail station.
Reminiscent of a former grain silo on this site, JRA’s concept for a new office building refers to the raw industrial aesthetic by translating its form into a modern design.
Described as “the gentle sweeping curves of a grand piano” is JRA’s striking design for a new office building in the City opposite the Christopher Wren Monument.
While helping the client to define their contribution to the British Council for Offices specification, this building brings much-needed civic character to the windswept CU plaza.
A large new build office headquarters situated on Fleet Street.
A carefully considered façade gives identity and brings amenity to this office building within in a tight urban grain.
Realising the value of this site was not just about maximizing lettable area within a given building envelope: it also meant making that space better.
JRA produced the winning design in a competition for the new facade of Twin City South, Bratislava for international client HB Reavis. The project is due for completion in 2017.