Chichester Festival Theatre has won an International Architecture Award

The Awards are run by the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. The Centre is dedicated to public education concerning all aspects of the built environment – from entire cities to individual buildings – including the philosophical issues of arts and culture that ultimately give the final shape to design.
Osborne celebrated the successful completion of the Chichester Festival Theatre, after a highly ambitious 21-month, £22 million redevelopment project, in 2014.

The redevelopment was conceived and undertaken by award-winning architects Haworth Tompkins, whose work includes the acclaimed redesign of London’s Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre and The Shed at the National Theatre.

The building work was carried out by Osborne, which has strong links to the West Sussex area. Osborne, which two years ago, rebranded in colour to a vibrant pink, has worked on many projects in the region including the Shoreham Harbour footbridge and new G-Block at Chichester College.