Scott Brownrigg + Crown Architecture’s Projects Selection #2

Scott Brownrigg + Crown (SB+C Architecture) is the American part of the global top 100 architectural and interior design practice, Scott Brownrigg. They were more recently ranked within the UK top 10.

Every designer aspires to exceed client expectations. To create something fit for purpose but also beautiful, surprising, timeless. And of course to put people at the heart of their process. That is the point of a designer.

Scott Brownrigg + Crown is different because of their sense of responsibility to the world and to the industry. They see it as their duty to fight for the concept. Design should be the guiding force for change in their eyes. SB+C holds themselves to a higher standard, because they’re passionate people. The firm is stakeholder owned and run, which allows them to be truly representative of the architects and designers that defines their vision. Research-led and powered by collaboration, Scott Brownrigg + Crown is the place to build a career, shape an industry.

Their goal is simple: To leave the world better than they found it.

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Their Company Culture is defined as one where talent at all levels is recognized and nurtured. Flexible, agile working styles support diversity and inclusion at all levels of the business and gender balance is important to them. Diverse perspectives make for better work.

All staff have access to mentoring, wide-ranging training, and development, creating a working culture and meritocracy where everyone is able to progress.

This atmosphere of openness means everyone is empowered to fight for their ideas. SB+C are encouraged to listen, to explore every angle together.

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As you scroll through the following three projects they have created, consider all of these design techniques and ideas they have implemented.

SB+C Architecture Project

Vista Chelsea Bridge, Battersea

SB+C was challenged to create a structure that connects between the main Nine Elms development and Battersea Park. The design was focused on the views across the park by trying to embrace them and incorporating soft landscape wherever possible.

The goal was to achieve urban density with suburban, private amenity spaces.

The penthouses create a variety of private garden spaces that feel like an extension of the park thanks to infinity-style edge planting. The massing steps were created to create an organic and curvilinear built form.

Photos by SB+C Architecture

Heathrow West, London

SB+C wanted to create a design that incorporates a processor and a satellite pier connected with 300 m long passenger bridge that travels over aircraft stands and the taxiway. The bridge connects the new terminal to a satellite pier, offering a new passenger experience that is integral to the travel experience.

The journey across the bridge will be an integral part of arriving, departing and transfer passenger journey.

Photos by SB+C Architecture

Istanbul Airport

SB+C was tasked with creating the world’s largest terminal to serve as a hub for Turkish airlines on a green field site by the Black Sea in Istanbul. The new international and domestic terminal needed to serve an initial capacity of 80 million passengers per annum and allow for expansion through the use of remote piers to increase its capacity to 120 million passengers per annum before the need for building a second terminal building.

The design of the vaulted ceiling with the central processor and piers are inspired by Turkey’s architectural heritage as seen in many of the Mosques in Istanbul.

Photos by SB+C Architecture

Do not forget that we will be posting more work by SB+C Architecture in the coming weeks and months, so keep an eye out for more of their incredible work!! Every Friday we will be posting a new Featured Company, so join us again next week!

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