June 2020An exemplary modern heritage interpretation providing beneficial economic and social impact to the future high street. An unloved part of Blackburn City Centre is being transformed through Blackburn with Darwen councils’ acquisition and National Lottery Heritage Fund investment in a mis-used heritage asset. Successive and uncontrolled alterations have left Blakey ... Read on
May 2020 An inspiring place for arts, events and the community, Group Ginger have recently been appointed to develop the detail design and preparation of listed building consent and detailed planning for the beautiful Grade II* listed former church building. The proposals improve the buildings flexibility, capacity and the facilities on offer ... Read on
May 2020Group Ginger’s work to transform the Grade II listed former post office has been recognised for making a positive and transformational contribution to society, winning the Conservation, Renovation and Restoration Award 2020.Read on
May 2020Group Ginger has been selected as one of Britain's Best Emerging Architects Published in association with the Architecture Foundation, New Architects 4 showcases the wealth of emerging architectural talent in the United Kingdom. It provides a unique guide to over 80 of the most innovative and talented young architectural practices, ... Read on
October 2019 Free Room; Central to the works is the social and meeting space, Leeds CityFree Room; an open environment where conversation, discussion, debate and collaboration is nurtured and celebrated. The space can display creative outputs of our creative city communities. In the spirit of being open and collaborative we are inviting interesting ... Read on
August 2019 Group Ginger’s new Pocket Book is now published. Pocket Book 02 presents the studios work, ethos and ambitions over the past 5 years. We hope you enjoy this new Pocket Book, “BE GINGER TOO”. This little book illustrates our commitment to establishing a practice which is focused on the crucial ... Read on
Group ginger is a practice of architects. Our name derives from the political term, a ginger group. Ginger groups work to identify alternative ideas for the benefit of their host. As such Group Ginger works with clients to identify opportunities which amplify development potential and celebrate activity.