Hidden Spaces Feature

Today saw the release of the second, and final, part of Associated Architects Hidden Spaces feature in the Birmingham Post. The two twelve page pull-out instalments have offered readers a fresh look at some of the well-known architectural features of the city. Ranging from a Cold War bunker tucked away beneath the city to the Big Brum clock tower at the Council House.

Jack Tasker, Marketing Manager for Associated Architects, said _“We’re so proud of the feature. It’s been incredibly interesting working with the Post to uncover and shed some light on the unknown and hidden architecture of the city. Hopefully these articles will spark debate regarding the use and future of the buildings in question.”_

You can read the online versions “here”:http://www.birminghampost.co.uk/all-about/hidden%20spaces

University Green Heart Project Opens
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The enviable public space has been ceremonially opened by the Vice Chancellor Professor Sir David Eastwood

Refurbishment of Old University Gymnasium Completed
Refurbishment of Old University Gymnasium Completed

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Saved from demolition and converted into extensive student teaching and office space, the Old Gym at the University of Birmingham, has been successfully re-purposed for a modern teaching facility