Sprunt Architects

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Sprunt is a private British architectural practice based in Kings Cross, London

Background

The company was established in 1988 by Robert Sprunt. The practice incorporated with AF Hare in 1994[1] and officially changed its name from AFH Shaw Sprunt to Sprunt Limited on 28 January 2003[2]

Sprunt are masterplanners, urban designers, architects and landscape architects. They have a project list of regeneration and place-making combining residential with health and education as well as commercial.

In February 2007 Sprunt opened an office in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Notable projects

Leisure

Residential & Mixed Use

Education

Awards

References

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  2. "Financial information about company SPRUNT LIMITED". Company Data Rex. http://www.cdrex.com/sprunt-limited-3468650.html. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  3. Laura Mark (12 June 2013). "RIBA Regional Awards winners 2013". Architects' Journal. http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/riba-regional-awards-winners-2013/8649260.article. Retrieved 24 June 2014. 
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  8. Colquhoun, Ian (2008). RIBA book of British housing : 1900 to the present day. Elesevier. pp. 141. ISBN 978-0-7506-8254-1. 
  9. Singmaster, Deborah (11 July 1996). "How Consultation Benefited a Deptford Community". The Architects' Journal: 42–43. 
  10. "Educational Overview and Security Committee - Paper No 03-334" (PDF). p. 3. http://ww3.wandsworth.gov.uk/moderngov/Data/Education%20Overview%20and%20Scrutiny%20Committee/20030409/Agenda/$%28Attached%20%20-%20Paper%20No.%2003%20-%20334%29.doc.pdf. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  11. "Kebony Is Top Of The Class At Colindale Primary School". http://www.education-magazine.co.uk/Kebony_Is_Top_Of_The_Class_At_Colindale_Primary_School-a-2163.html. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  12. "RIBA East Regional Awards winners 2013". http://www.architecture.com/RegionsAndInternational/UKNationsAndRegions/England/RIBAEast/Awards/RegionalAwards2013/RegionalAwards2013.aspx. Retrieved 16 September 2013. Template:Broken citation

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