This latest publication from Buckley Gray Yeoman looks at the variety of the practice's work from a range of perspectives, drawing on its varied interests in contemporary design.
London-based practice Buckley Gray Yeoman was formed in 1997. The practice's diverse range of work includes housing, industrial buildings, office new build and refurbishments, master planning and work in the education sector, all with a focus on sustainability, quality and innovation. Buckley Gray Yeoman offers more than a conventional architectural service. Aiming first to understand the core values of its clients, through aspects including business model and branding, the practice offers a problem-solving approach to architecture that results in creative solutions beyond the obvious.
> David Taylor is Editor of New London Quarterly, and a freelance journalist specialising in architecture, property and design. He has written for magazines including Blueprint, The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph , Wallpaper*, Building Design, Regeneration and Renewal, The Architects Journal, Independent on Sunday, Evening Standard and was editor of Retail Property Review. Taylor has contributed to a range of exhibitions and books on architecture, development and urban design.