Collaborators

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Bradley Murphy Design (BMD)

Founded in 2011 by Laura Bradley and Ryan Murphy, Bradley Murphy Design (BMD) is a well-established and highly respected landscape architecture and ecology practice. Operating throughout the UK from four strategically-located studios in Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Warwick, BMD specialise in the creation of people-focused, sustainable landscapes, open spaces and public realm.  

Consisting of a growing team of 35+ talented and experienced landscape architects, ecologists & arborists, BMD co-shares office space with JTP at their Pennington Street studio in London.

BMD has partnered with JTP since 2012 on a range of high-profile strategic green infrastructure projects for Urban&Civic including Alconbury Weald and Rugby Radio Station as well as residential placemaking at Abbey Barn South for Berkeley Group UK.  Most recently, BMD has been appointed to work with JTP on the transformation of Rugeley Power Station into a sustainably-powered new community for ENGIE UK.

With a shared passion for community engagement, BMD regularly participate in JTP’s community planning events.  This ensures the expectations of the project team, consenting authorities, statutory consultees and local stakeholders are met and fosters a collaborative, landscape-led design process with community at its heart.

http://www.bradleymurphydesign.co.uk/

Group Ark

Group Ark was founded in Moscow in 1992 and is a practice of urban designers, architects and engineers. Group Ark’s work spans many sectors including residential, retail, leisure, mixed-use and office projects throughout the Russian Federation.

Group Ark is JTP’s local partner in Russia and the two practices have collaborated on projects together since 2004, when they were brought together through shared philosophies on urbanism, architecture and collaborative planning. Together they have undertaken over 30 projects for many of Russia’s top developers as well as for the federal and local government.

Joachim Eble Architektur

Joachim Eble Architektur (JEA) are leaders in the design of sustainable architecture and urban design based in Tübingen, Germany.

For more than 30 years, JEA has placed a major focus on architectural and urban planning theory relating to human ecology, building biology and economic resources as well as solar energy. As such, the firm has developed comprehensive knowledge and confidence in developing complex multidisciplinary and integrated projects.

JEA and JTP have worked together on many exciting bioclimatic and highly sustainable masterplanning, community planning and architectural projects around the world over the last 20 years.

http://www.eble-architektur.de

Neil Tully Associates

Neil Tully Associates (NTA) is a small team of urban designers, landscape architects and horticulturalists, based in central London and operating throughout the UK and overseas.

NTA has been collaborating with JTP for over 12 years and have been involved in numerous large scale urban extensions and new settlement developments, many of which have included participation in community planning and workshop events where the design of streetscapes, parks, squares and gardens have been determined through an inclusive charrette process.

NTA's recent work in and around Norwich, helping JTP in the development of town extensions to Hethersett, Attleborough and Mulbarton are examples of large scale rural development schemes, whilst smaller, city based examples include river side developments for St George, Lend Lease and Southern Homes.

http://www.neiltully.co.uk/

Nicola de Quincey

Nicola de Quincey RIBA SCA is an architect accredited in conservation. She has been the principal of her practice Nicola de Quincey architecture and conservation since 2009; prior to that she was Director of Heritage at JTP. 

Conversion and re-use of historic buildings and landscapes in both urban and rural settings are Nicola’s particular interests. She works across private, voluntary and public sectors on projects that range from workhouses to palaces. Nicola believes that understanding these historic places is more than assessing buildings, landscape and research; she engages in hands-on consultation to find out about a place and to help clients and communities to shape their evolving use of historic fabric and its setting.  

Nicola worked closely with JTP to secure the listed building consent for the award-winning regeneration of St Clement’s, a former Victorian workhouse hospital in Mile End, East London, and provides continuity and conservation advice on this and other projects.  

nicola@nicoladequincey.co.uk

The Environmental Design Studio

The Environmental Design Studio (TEDS) is an award winning design research consultancy, led by Ed Barsley, specialising in flood resilience & environmental design. TEDS works internationally on pioneering research into flood resilience as well as projects relating to; Overheating, Extreme Cold, Energy Efficiency, Daylighting, Earthquakes, and Drought.

JTP and TEDS have together created The Home for All Seasons, a comprehensive response to future environmental challenges which in 2016 won the Sunday Times British Homes Awards design competition.

www.t-e-d-s.com

www.thehomeforallseasons.com

Von Zadow International

Von Zadow International GmbH, based near Berlin, is a leading practice in co-operative planning processes for integrated urban design projects.

Director, Andreas von Zadow, shares JTP’s participatory approach to urban planning and has been collaborating with the practice since 1991 when he was vice president of the European Academy of the Urban Environment (EA.UE).

Since then he has been closely involved in many of JTP's seminal, international projects, and has reciprocated by inviting JTP to work with him on those he has acquired through his network in Germany.

http://www.vonzadow.de