Wright & Wright is an award-winning architectural practice
based in London. Formed in 1994, the practice has built a strong
portfolio of projects in the UK for prestigious clients in the cultural,
education, housing and office sectors. A key element of the practice’s
work focuses on developing designs to support those with a range
of special needs. All projects are underpinned by a commitment to
delivering the highest quality buildings and to supporting clients
through every stage and aspect of a project.
We would like to wish you a Merry
Christmas and to share with you our
delight that Newlands School, designed
for children requiring special educational support, won the British Construction Industry Building of the Year Award 2013 (£3-50m)
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Phase two of Wright & Wright’s Architectural Association Masterplan works is now completed. To mark the occasion, students, tutors and invited guests undertook to walk the length of ‘The World’s Longest Georgian Corridor’ – a feat realised through the creation of lateral connections between the Numerous Grade 1 listed Georgian Townhouses that constitute the AA’s world famous London HQ on Bedford Square.
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Hull City of Culture 2017
Wright & Wright’s Hull Truck Theatre recently played host to the celebrations of Hull’s successful bid to become City of Culture 2017. The judges decision was broadcast live by the BBC and the jubilation in the Theatre’s Foyer was palpable across the nation! An extraordinary programme of events is promised and we look forward to engaging with the process along the way.
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Summer Fields School
Work continues apace on our masterplan for Summer Fields School in Oxford and we look forward to starting on site with phase 1 of the project works early next year.
Summer Fields School >
St Bride’s Church
This year we have been looking at the crypt of St Bride’s Church, one of Wren’s finest religious buildings outside of St Paul’s. The proposals will re-order an existing exhibition space to create the ‘Wren Study Centre’, an educational resource for the study of Wren’s London churches, and will open up currently inaccessible areas of the crypt to interpret 2000 years of social and religious history on this site.
Oriel College, Oxford
Having been shortlisted for a competition to rethink the dining and student social facilities at Oriel College in Oxford, we look forward to hearing more on developments next year.