We are delighted to finally move into our new home at 80 Middlesex Street.
Our new office is designed by award-winning and globally renowned architects, HLW.
Please feel free to pop into our new space for a coffee and a catch up.
It has been a very busy summer for us, completing award-winning schemes with architects Stanton Williams, Woods Bagot, and Ian Ritchie. On top of this, we have even managed to squeeze in an installation throughout June for The London Festival of Architecture, supporting HÛT Architecture and Bankside Openspaces Trust.
RISE delivers their first Omani project a 5-star hotel in Muscat Gulf of Oman that blends traditional Omani hospitality with the timeless European elegance of Kempinski. Kempinski Hotel Muscat sets a precedent and is a gateway to an authentic Omani adventure, encompassing over 6km of stunning coastline within the Al Mouj community.
The design by world famous hotel experts Woods Bagot includes a variety of local Omani influences and this unparalleled luxury designation has now opened its doors to guests from around the world as well as the surrounding community.
“This is the first project that we have delivered in Oman representing Kempinski hotels. Contributing to the growing success of the tourism sector in Muscat, working with a world class global hotel group was a truly unique experience” Gareth Stapleton CEO. RISE
“The opening in Muscat is part of the overall Middle Eastern growth strategy of Kempinski hotels of luxurious properties in key destinations, including full service resort and leisure destinations” Henk Meyknecht, Chief Operating Officer Middle East & Africa and member of the Kempinski Management Board.
We’re delighted to have completed our latest cultural project, the Royal Opera House. Designed by Stanton Williams Architects, we spent 287,758 man-hours to create a more flexible and welcoming space at one of London’s great cultural assets.
Great to collaborate with HÛT Architecture. “Having the support ‘quite literally’ from RISE enabled us to launch Pixel 3.0, our third iteration of this pavilion for London Festival of Architecture – a huge thank you to the RISE team for helping us to make this happen” – Andy Whiting, Hut Architecture
We are proud to be a part of a RIBA and NLA award-winning project for the renovation of the Royal Academy of Music London. The project won both RIBA London Award and RIBA London Building of the Year Award as well as the Culture & Community Built Prize at the NLA Awards.