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Bryonn Architecture Celebrates 10 Years and Announces Expansion to London

UNITED KINGDOM / AGILITYPR.NEWS / April 02, 2024 / Bryonn Architecture, a leading Northeast architecture firm renowned for its expertise in mixed-use developments and adaptive reuse, is celebrating a decade of success and the exciting addition of a new office in London. This expansion marks a significant milestone for the firm, solidifying its commitment to shaping the built environment throughout the UK.

Since its inception in 2014, Bryonn Architecture has established itself as a reliable partner for clients navigating the complexities of mixed-use and non-residential projects in the Northeast. The firm's dedication to delivering bespoke, high-quality architectural designs with a strong focus on sustainability and adaptability has earned them an impressive reputation. 

Their diverse portfolio boasts impressive residential schemes alongside projects in the non-residential sector, such as hotels, HMOs, mixed-use developments, housing schemes, listed building restorations, community centres, and more.

“It has been an exciting journey to work with ambitious group of professionals in the industry, local authorities, stake holders and all the people who participate in shaping our built environment,” remarked Ninad Patil, Founder and Director of Bryonn Architecture. “It has been fascinating to witness and work with the challenges of the ever-changing market, communities, economy, and environment in the last 10 years. I feel it is a continuous learning process for all of us to design our buildings to be adaptive and responsive to change and also sustainable.”

Bryonn Architecture's expansion into London underscores their ambitious vision to play a more impactful role in shaping the UK's built environment. The new office, strategically located at Summit House, 12 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4HQ, will initially specialise in mixed-use developments, hotels, HMOs, and adaptive reuse projects, catering to clients across the south of the UK.

“We are passionate about delivering architecture that is sympathetic to its existing context and also responsive to social, political and environmental changes in future. We are looking forward to continuing this ethos in London and starting work on new, dynamic projects in the capital.”

To find out more about Bryonn Architecture, visit: https://www.bryonnarchitecture.com/