The practice's Commercial projects include several schemes in Moscow - The Bolshevik Factory, currently on site, the recently completed Olympia Park Development and the MEBE HQ. Other projects include the British Embassy in Algiers and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Doha, Qatar as well as a prominent scheme in New Bond Street, London. The practice's Overseas projects range from residential, hotels, educational, religious and cultural buildings in Doha, Qatar, to an art museum in Moscow and a cathedral in Kenya.
In the Residential sector, the practice has completed an award-winning residential scheme as part of The Stanislavsky Factory, a mixed-use development in Moscow. Other residential schemes include a landmark 59-apartment development for Land Securities, Wellington House in Victoria. Current commissions include a high-end residential scheme in Holland Park, London and two 45-storey residential towers in Istanbul, Turkey.
In the field of Education, the practice has refurbished and reconfigured Lasdun's library at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies and has designed a number of high schools and academies, including one for the Royal Society of Arts. Recent schools include John Roan School in Greenwich, Darwen Vale School in Blackburn and the Oasis Academy in Enfield. The practice has combined masterplanning and design of multiple buildings for a number of repeat clients, including Kingston University, University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Lancaster University, where the practice has completed the award-winning Charles Carter Building, and has recently completed the new Engineering Building.
Arts, Civic and Cultural projects also involving the practice's Historic Buildings and Interiors specialists include the international award-winning transformation of the Grade II* listed Roundhouse in Camden, which has made it a major performing arts venue, and trigger for further local urban regeneration. Other notable projects include two new buildings for London's Royal Academy of Music, and the restoration and modernisation of the Grade I listed Modernist masterpiece, the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill, to create a vibrantly revived arts and leisure centre, which was also a catalyst for the refurbishment and extension of Bexhill Museum, also by JMP.
Transport schemes include the masterplanning and design of the £547m development of the Grade I listed King's Cross Station in London, the £300m Crossrail Station at Bond Street, Dalston Junction Station (part of the proposed extension of the East London Line), Crystal Palace Station, two stations for the Jubilee Line Extension, and stations for the Northern Line Extension, as well as ten metro stations in Delhi, India, and a series of transport hubs in Moscow, Russia.
In Urban Design and Landscape projects, the practice prepared proposals for the Oxford Road Corridor masterplan in Manchester, a new transport and public space scheme for London's Oxford Street, and has delivered public realm treatments for the University of Manchester, as well as a number of studies for London sites including Bond Street, Millbank and Goldsmiths University. The practice also won an international competition to re-design George Square in Glasgow.
All the teams at JMP are supported by in-house marketing, visualisation and model-making specialists. Within the full range for architectural and design services carried out by the practice and its specialist units, John McAslan + Partners demonstrates 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 for its varied portfolio of work within the commercial and operational, educational, cultural and transportation sectors.