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John McAslan + Partners

John McAslan + Partners is a leading international architectural practice based in London, with offices in Edinburgh and Sydney. The practice has an extensive portfolio of award-winning projects in the UK and overseas. Teams work across offices to serve projects nationally and internationally in sectors such as residential, infrastructure, education, culture, commercial, landscape, interiors, heritage and conservation. All the teams at JMP are supported by in-house visualisation and model-making specialists. John McAslan + Partners has won in excess of 170 awards including 29 RIBA Awards, and has been named Architectural Practice of the Year and World Architect of the Year on a number of occasions. The practice has won three Europa Nostra Awards, the European Union’s Prize for Cultural Heritage, and is also the recipient of the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade). Within the full range for architectural and design services carried out by the practice and its specialist units, John McAslan + Partners offers masterplanning, design, development, implementation and post-completion expertise from pre-design analysis through building life-cycle management and post-occupancy evaluation. This has evolved through the research the practice has carried out across its varied portfolio. We believe successful buildings and architectural innovation are only sustainable when embedded in rational analyses of context, function, materiality, and environmental impact. The practice has extensive experience in the design of environmentally sustainable buildings which meet BREEAM and LEED benchmarks. Sustainability is at the core of our design approach and process, believing that sustainable design does not need to mean additional cost or complicated processes but rather means careful and clever design that is smart about the use of materials, looks at passive measures over mechanical and the gathering of knowledge to innovate. Our projects look at sustainable measures from the outset and typically employ a range of passive measures, with locally sourced materials as well as renewable technologies such as photovoltaic panels, solar hot water heaters, water conservation and re-use, as well as centralised district cooling plants. Notable projects that demonstrate this ethos are the Charles Carter Building and Statistics Centre for Lancaster University rated BREEAM Excellent and our multi-award winning Engineering Building rated BREEAM Outstanding, also for Lancaster University. Internationally, the Cultural Forum, Msheireb Museums, Msheireb Mosque and Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Doha, Qatar, all have a LEED Gold rating, which is a significant achievement in the Middle Eastern Climate.
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