Following a design based tender Logic were commissioned to prepare conceptual proposals for the next building in the digital quarter of middlesbrough town centre, affectionately known as the ‘Boho zone.’
With buildings 1- 7 approaching capacity Logic proposed that Boho 8 should be modular in design and execution to satisfy the urgent demand for move on space for businesses that were scaling up and ready to benefit from having their own ‘front door.’
Logic proposed a series of modules that would facilitate expansion horizontally and vertically and enable businesses to expand again as required with the delivery of additional modular units as required. Opening up sideways also created opportunities for terraces to be formed on the roofs creating opportunities for digital companies to break out creating south facing agile work spaces.
Project Date: September 23, 2019
Working directly for the Mayor of Middlesbrough, Logic were commissioned to redesign our original concept for Boho 10 and take it ‘to another level’ to better reflect the aspirations of the towns growth. Commissioned by Middlesbrough Council and the Tees Valley Combined Authority we are proposing a site wide masterplan for the regeneration of the digital quarter of Middlesbrough affectionately known as the ‘Boho Zone’.view project
Boho Residential Towers
In response to Middlesbroughs elected Mayors ambition for Middlesbrough to benefit from high rise city centre living, Logic were appointed by Middlesbroughs new Local Housing Company, Middlesbrough Homes to design two identical 20 storey residential towers.view project
Commissioned by Middlesbrough Council & the Tees Valley Combined Authority Logic prepared a site wide masterplan for the regeneration of the digital quarter of Middlesbrough affectionately known as the ‘Boho zone.’ Totalling a potential investment opportunity of £250M the masterplan identified opportunities for commercial, residential, leisure, retail & education use.view project