With a reputation for creating high-quality mixed-use sites in town centres, Parabola has developed a series of signature office buildings, including Central Square and Central Square South in Newcastle and, most famously, the innovative Kings Place scheme that pioneered the development of the King’s Cross area in London.
With 450,000 sq ft of art galleries, music halls, a cafe, restaurant, conference venue and offices above, Kings Place won many awards for conceiving a workplace built around a core of culture.
Dixon Jones are the architects and masterplanners of Edinburgh Park. They have a reputation for tackling high-profile projects in the arts and commercial sectors as well as large-scale masterplans, bespoke projects and mixed-use buildings, and have worked successfully with Parabola for over a decade, perhaps most notably on Kings Place in central London.
Recent winners of the highest architectural accolade in the land — the Stirling Prize — Allford Hall Monaghan Morris are known for buildings of beauty and purpose. They are designing Edinburgh Park’s workplaces and have expressed a desire to create a new model of commercial space and architecture that gives character to this exciting new place.
HTA is a collaborative design studio specialising in housing, placemaking and urban regeneration. Based out of Edinburgh, London, Manchester and Bristol, the members of HTA’s multidisciplinary team work with each other, and with clients and communities to provide a comprehensive design service.
Based in Edinburgh since 1997, architecture practice Sutherland Hussey Harris is designing a wide range of beautiful homes at Edinburgh Park. Over the last 20 years they have established themselves at the forefront of Scottish architecture and currently enjoy commissions throughout the UK, Europe and Asia. More recently, they have been commissioned for a number of high-profile international competitions including the redevelopment of Tempelhof Airport in Berlin and the urban renewal of Linkeroever in central Antwerp.
GROSS. MAX. are widely regarded as one of the few UK-based exponents of a new generation of contemporary European landscape architecture. The practice has been recognised for its contextual approach as well as its strong affinity for working with art. Recently completed projects include the landscape masterplan of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew and the award-winning scheme at Potters Fields Park by Tower Bridge in London.