4 October 2018
We are pleased to announce Oliver Fuller’s promotion to Associate. Oliver has developed into a key member of the QODA team over recent years. He has taken the lead on some of our exciting and technically challenging projects and has always provided our Clients with a high level of service. He has more recently focussed on developing business in the South West and we see this as a great opportunity for both Oliver and QODA to develop a presence in the region.
Joel Callow Speaking at HCEstates Conference
14 September 2018
Does natural daylight make patients and staff healthier? How can we design healthcare buildings to maximise daylight? Joel Callow, our Technical Director, will lead a talk at Healthcare Estates on 'Natural daylight in healthcare: getting the right environment'. The event will take place in Manchester 9-10th October and Joel will be accompanied at the event by Matt Tyrrell, our Healthcare lead. Come along to find out more.
Gunnersbury Park Grand Re-Opening
11 July 2018
Gunnersbury Park has re-opened its doors to local people this weekend following the completion of an ambitious restoration project to bring its rich heritage to life. The restoration of the park and museum has been delivered thanks to a partnership between joint owners Ealing and Hounslow Councils, and the Heritage Lottery fund and Big Lottery. Significant restoration has been carried out on the museum and other listed structures which will allow local people to benefit from the park’s rich heritage. QODA were involved with the museum refurbishment project after being appoint...
Congratulations to Shakespeare’s New Place
15 March 2018
Congratulations to the Shakespeare Birth Place Trust on their Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Inclusive Design - Commendation. QODA were appointed by the Shakespeare Birth Place Trust as part of the team with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to both improve the visitor experience of New Place and Nash's House and to also facilitate the demands of the modern generation. The project focused mainly on the redesign of the garden site through new landscaping and an extension of the Grade 1 Listed Jacobean museum building. This sensitive extension to Nash's House has brought additional exhib...