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Abbey Crescent gets the go ahead

The Abbey Crescent scheme, inspired by the ‘Riviera style’ has received planning permission in Torquay, South Devon. The project, designed by architects Kay Elliott, is situated in a prominent, south-facing,…

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East Melksham

Filmmaker Verity-Jane Keefe has been selected to make a film relating to the new development on the land to the East of Melksham in Wiltshire.  Verity will be spending some…

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Horizon House wins awards

Horizon House in Bristol has won the BREEAM Offices Award 2010 (highest recorded score in the UK) and Insider Property Awards 2011 Office Development of the Year. Artist Kate Maestri…

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Cecil Balmond selected to develop border crossing project at Gretna with Charles Jencks

Ginkgo Projects’ sister company Wide Open (South Scotland) Ltd has announced that Cecil Balmond has been invited to develop his proposal for The Star of Caledonia, which celebrates and explores the…

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Launch of Torbay Connected website

Ginkgo is working in partnership with Torbay Council to explore how people and places can be better connected through enhancing pedestrian journeys. Torbay Connected (www.torbayconnected.co.uk) uses a framework of natural…

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Extended Cloister temporary work by OSA

As part of the Torbay Connected project curated by Ginkgo, artist/architect group OSA created a unique installation for Torre Abbey Meadows, Torquay to build a direct connection between the seafront…

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Royal Terrace Gardens is finalist in RICS Awards

Royal Terrace Gardens has been announced as a finalist in the 2011 Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Awards South West. The project was included in the Community Benefit shortlist, and was commended by…

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Border Crossings: Gretna Landmark

Gretna Landmark is a multiple installation of art and design being created to celebrate a historic border, the border between Scotland and England. Ginkgo, working for dgArts, is leading on…

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