Global Corporate Innovation Centre


Viewing projects from Competition

Global Corporate Innovation Centre

Design Engine were shortlisted from a long list of nearly 60 nationally recognised architects to develop a competition proposal along with three other practices.

F1 Motorsport Facilities \ UK

A re-imagining of design and manufacturing facilities for the world’s top motorsport company

Station Approach \ Winchester

A competition to improve and repair the urban character of the City at this gateway location.

Wadham College \ Oxford

A piece of architecture which sits comfortably within its historic setting but embodies a greater sense of openness and transparency.

Radley College Chapel \ Abingdon

A competition to extend the College’s Grade 2* Listed Chapel.

Jesselton Quay \ Malaysia

The historic Jesselton Point borders the South China Sea, with superb infrastructure links.

Chapel Yard \ Oxford

Three spaces which together form an experiential sequence, supporting the needs of the Chaplaincy and Choir.

Cricoteka \ Poland

The process of dying, the functioning of memory, the act of creation, the fate of the artist and of the work of art.

Hill Close Gardens \ Warwick

A visitor and resource centre set within the historically significant Hill Close Gardens in central Warwick.

Gdansk Theatre \ Poland

A new interpretation of the Elizabethan Theatre.

World War II Museum \ Gdansk

A memory of the people lost from the area and the ground it is built upon.

The Listening Project

Creating a travelling Listening Pod, to extend the geographical reach of this oral history project.

Linz Theatre of Music \ Austria

A gateway to the city with a visually continuous open space and a new landmark on the city skyline.

URS Building \ University of Reading

A competition proposal to retain the integrity of the existing building by adding clearly defined new elements.

Greyfriars Theatre \ Ringwood

The scheme offers transparency towards a potentially revitalised civic space.

Art Box \ Global

Encouraging our enjoyment of the Visual and Performing Arts by involving a wider audience