We have joined the Sketchfab community where we will now be uploading both experimental and project specific 3D models & animations!
BUJ Partner Freddie Heaf delivered a presentation on the cultivation and curation process for our award-winning Wickside scheme to a full-house at the NLA's Building Centre this morning.
The debut of the BUJBakeOff has been long-awaited and has not disappointed with a dozen bakes being entered ranging from savoury to sweet to super-sweet!
A large group of Wren-admirers enjoyed a fantastic lunchtime tour of the Painted Hall in the Old Royal Naval College at the University of Greenwich campus this week!
'Heat' was painted by partner Frank Green in 2016 using Oil paints and simple brushes. The piece is an experimental departure from his typical approach, delivering a powerful punch and brightening any London grey days.
To celebrate our recent NLA Awards 2017 success we enjoyed a carnival themed round of golf at Shoreditch's Junkyard Golf Club.
We were multi-award winners at this years New London Architecture Awards 2017, winning in the two categories 'Mixed-use' and 'Masterplans & Area Strategies' as well as the 'Overall Winner' award!
We are delighted to announce that our Wickside proposal has been shortlisted for the 'Mixed-Use' and 'Masterplans & Area Strategies' categories in the New London Architecture Awards 2017.
We are looking for a Receptionist / Office Administrator to join and support our team in our Greenwich-based office.
BUJ Architects are recruiting for architectural positions at varying levels of seniority for our small-medium sized office in Greenwich, London.
Congratulations to BUJ Senior Associate Mike Partridge who is now a published author having co-authored 'Small Opuntias'.
Congratulations from all at BUJ to Mike & Catriona on their promotions to Senior Associate & Associate!
We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with our festive short.
This year we have held a competition for the design of the BUJ Christmas card. The office has voted and the votes have been counted leaving us with two winners.
Partner Frank Green has submitted his latest '10x10Brixton' beauty for Article25.
Last night the Royal Borough of Greenwich granted planning permission for a BUJ Architects scheme at Wellington Street, Woolwich, which will provide 116 new homes and contribute to a new pocket park and public green space in this bustling urban town centre.
A brief presentation exploring the research and design process at BUJ Architects; showcasing several recent projects and answering the question 'Why choose BUJ?'
'BUJ 33' showcases a selection of 33 studies to reflect on and celebrate 33 years of BUJ’s architecture.
We are excited to announce that Wickside, Hackney Wick, has now been submitted for planning...
This year BUJ Architects is celebrating 33 years of practising outstanding design and elegant placemaking solutions. Click play on the link above to view the first in a series of short videos which showcase our work...
Congratulations to BUJ team member Joseph Goodwin who recently graduated with distinction for his masters degree in architecture from the renowned Unit 15 at Greenwich University!
We contributed towards a worldwide investigation into the future of cities by LSE Cities for the Venice Biennale 2016.
Two new applications have been made for old petrol station sites in Newham and Tower Hamlets.
The London Borough of Ealing has granted planning permission for residential scheme in North Acton
Planning Approval won for a new residential led development at the site of the West Ham football stadium.
MIPIM award for Wickside
Another of Partner Frank Green's artwork has been auctioned at Article 25's 10x10. Last years event was held at The Shard and helped raise over £120,000 for disaster relief. Other notable contributors included Antony Gormley, Zandra Rhodes and Norman Foster.
In July 2015 London Borough of Lewisham granted a planning permission for the development of the Marine Wharf East project, designed by BUJ Architects.
One of our staff, Freddie Heaf, recently exhibited at University of Greenwich's East of Eden exhibition; a design research project that seeks to re-imagine three areas within the Royal Borough of Greenwich as case studies for the development of London in the 21st century. Everyone who attended thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition and it was a good chance to see more speculative architecture from upcoming designers within the award winning Stockwell Street campus.