Leading architectural practice, Corstorphine + Wright has launched a new website to better showcase its range of landmark projects and capabilities.

Designed by an in-house team and developed by Creare and Core Marketing, the site takes a strong, image-driven direction, reflecting the practice’s approach to design and combining functionality with impressive and visually arresting style.

Marrying 35 years of professional experience with cutting edge technologies, Corstorphine + Wright has been involved in the development of a number of high profile schemes throughout the UK, working in sectors ranging from healthcare and residential, to commercial and industrial.

Michael Lampard, Director at Corstorphine + Wright, said: “We have undergone significant growth in the past few years, further diversifying our portfolio of services and taking on some really high profile projects.

“Our previous website was five years old and we were conscious that our online presence should be in line with the rapid increase in the use of mobile technology and the move away from flash based sites. The time was right for us to develop a cross-platform, mobile-friendly site that demonstrates the very best of what we create as a practice.”

Michael Lampard continued: “We wanted a more visual experience that would provide the best possible showcase for our range of projects while also putting a greater emphasis on the people that make up our practice. The collaboration between Corstorphine +Wright, Creare and CORE has resulted in a greatly improved and refreshed site which is a statement on where we are today as a practice and better showcases of our body of work.”

Corstorphine + Wright is an award-winning architectural practice with an ethos of creating high quality architectural solutions that blend a strategic, design-driven approach with an integral commercial awareness. As placemakers, Corstorphine + Wright know that architecture is about more than an individual building and they work collaboratively with their clients to understand and develop the spaces around and between individual structures.

To visit the new website, visit www.corstorphine-wright.com.

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