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The practice's Commercial projects include several prominent schemes in Moscow - The Bolshevik Factory, largely complete (Phase 2 completes Summer 2019), the Olympia Park Development and MEBE HQ.  Other projects include the British Embassy in Algiers and a significant commercial development for Msheireb Properties in in Doha, Qatar as well as a recently completed store for Belstaff within a Grade II listed building on New Bond Street, featuring an elaborate Beaux-Arts facade.

The practice's Overseas projects encompass residential developments, hotels, schools and university buildings, religious and cultural projects in Doha, Qatar, as well as The Museum of Russian Impressionism within the Bolshevik Factory site in Moscow and a multiple award-winning cathedral in Kenya.

In the Residential sector, the practice’s portfolio includes a high-end development overlooking Holland Park for Native Land, apartments within the historic Stanislavsky and Bolshevik factories in Moscow, a luxury development almost adjacent to the Kremlin, as well as twin residential towers in Istanbul, Turkey.

In the field of Education, the practice refurbished and reconfigured Lasdun's library at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies, and has won numerous awards for the Engineering Building at Lancaster University, where the practice is now working on a new Health Innovation Hub. As well as an academy school for the Royal Society of Arts, other recent schools include the John Roan School in Greenwich and the Oasis Academy in Enfield, as well as a significant development for the British School in Rio de Janeiro. The practice has combined masterplanning and the design of multiple buildings for a number of repeat clients, including Kingston University, the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and Lancaster University, and has recently been commissioned to design a new Geosciences Building for Edinburgh University.

Arts, Civic and Cultural projects include the world-famous Grade A-listed Burrell Collection in Glasgow –the practice has designed an innovative scheme to optimise exhibition spaces and visitor circulation. The practice is also designing a new storage and conservation centre in Edinburgh for the National Galleries of Scotland. Both these prestigious Scottish projects were won in international competition. International projects include the Cultural Forum in Doha, Qatar and the Museum of Russian Impressionism in Moscow, forming part of the remarkable restoration of the historic Bolshevik Factory.  The practice has a distinguished track record in the adaptive re-use of historic buildings, notably the award-winning transformation of the Grade II* listed Roundhouse in Camden, now one of London’s leading performing arts venues. Other significant projects include performance and exhibition areas for London's Royal Academy of Music, and the restoration and modernisation of the Grade I listed Modernist masterpiece, the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill, to create a vibrant arts and leisure centre.
Current Transport schemes include the significant renewal of Sydney’s Central Station, Australia’s largest railway station, as well as the 20-acre Belfast Transport Hub development for Translink. In addition, the practice’s design for Bond Street Station, for Crossrail, is nearing completion. The practice has won more than 30 international awards for its acclaimed redevelopment of the Grade I listed King's Cross Station in London.

Urban Design and Landscape projects include a masterplan to enhance Sloane Street as well as recently completed projects at Euston Circus and Camberwell Green, and landscape schemes for the Bolshevik Factory in Moscow and Friends House in London. Past public realm treatments include schemes for the University of Manchester, as well as a number of studies for London sites including Bond Street, Millbank and Goldsmiths University.  The practice also won an international competition to re-design George Square in Glasgow.

All the teams at JMP are supported by in-house marketing, visualisation and model-making specialists.  Within the full range of architectural and design services carried out by the practice, John McAslan + Partners offers masterplanning, design, development, implementation and post-completion expertise from pre-design analysis through building life-cycle management and post-occupancy evaluation. This has evolved through detailed research the practice has carried out across the commercial and operational, educational, cultural and transportation sectors.

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