Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes is said to lie on ancient ley lines that extend out to Campbell Park, one of the city’s many green spaces. These echoes of the land’s historical past are the inspiration for much of MK’s architecture and it was important that Prosper reflected the garden city landscape in our design for intu, with biophilic design elements featuring throughout.
Nestled in one of Norwich’s 17 conservation areas, St. Peter’s House holds historical significance for many. Prosper was appointed lead architect to sensitively reimagine this former office building.
Due consideration was given to this largely pedestrianised area. This included a complete overhaul of the interior and modernisation of the exterior. The proposal successfully obtained planning approval.
Prosper lead the long-awaited refurbishment of 25 year-old Bromley Shopping Centre for Intu. The project saw the first realisation of Intu’s new brand identity, translating its personality into the built environment and attracting higher quality retailers to an enhanced retail district.