Author Archives: tony meadows

A Satisfactory Conclusion

  After 32.5 years, tma is no longer taking on new projects. It’s been a great journey, doing fine work with good people, making a difference to our infrastructure, learning a huge amount, adding what we can to improve the … Continue reading

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The Mudlarking Platform – Cooling Bank on the Bank

In the interstitial yards described by the wax and wane of land and water lies opportunity and tradition undiscovered and explored with infrequency. It is the province of the Mudlark, that distinctly London character, the fundamental exponent of the City’s … Continue reading

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Bond Street Station Refashioned

In the run up to the opening of the Elizabeth Line, (Crossrail), Bond Street station has undergone some substantial upgrades to relieve congestion and provide step free access.  A new entrance has opened on the north side of Oxford Street … Continue reading

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New Associates

TMA is pleased to announce our two new Associates:  Samantha Dean and Luisa Vicente Martinez. Samantha, finalist in the Women in Construction and Engineering Awards 2017, has been with TMA for ten years.  Currently leading the design for Elephant and … Continue reading

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Collaboration as the Modern Craft

Collaboration is ever more necessary to overcome the challenges that an architect faces in the modern world. Laura Esperidón Parres, TMA alumni and now teacher of Arts & Crafts at Colegio de Fomento Altozano, Alicante, is continuing to nurture the … Continue reading

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Clarity and Abstraction

There is a widely held principle in the design of stations in London that a common theme and a clarity of purpose will provide comfort through continuity and will exemplify the brand of good public service. And there is much … Continue reading

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Order and Form

Needless to say, presenting to Tokyo Metro and being rewarded with the Excellent Design Prize was the purpose and highlight of our travels to Japan, but that’s not to say TMA didn’t take the opportunity to explore the simplicity of … Continue reading

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