National architectural practice showcases innovative technologies

GSSArchitecture are pleased to announce the launch of their new website. The in-house marketing and graphics teams have been developing the new design for the last 6 months and the arrival of the new site gives users the ability to navigate through GSSArchitecture’s extensive project portfolio and range of services with ease. To ensure a fully responsive experience, the new website provides a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing, and intelligently extracts the latest news content for users to access information quickly and easily from the homepage.

Tom Lyons, Senior Partner at GSSArchitecture commented, “We have continually refined and expanded our website over the years, but we felt the time had come to adopt a completely fresh approach, designed to reflect the quality of our projects and the exciting technologies we now utilise. We are pleased with the new look and feel of the site, especially the informative experience we can now offer to users as we continue to grow and increase our on and offline presence”

GSSArchitecture’s website is updated with new content on a regular basis, including a comprehensive news section, newsletter downloads and details of various career opportunities on offer.

Alongside the website launch GSSArchitecture have also produced a virtual reality app for iPhone and iPad to showcase a selection of key projects. This innovative approach delivers engaging and interactive content to demonstrate design intent to clients, for use at public consultation meetings and for marketing purposes. The app allows the user to take a virtual tour of the proposed design of each building.

The app is now available to download on the App Store: for iPhone for iPad.

With offices in Kettering, Gloucester, Milton Keynes, Harrogate and Newcastle, GSSArchitecture have grown from a Northamptonshire business, established in 1879 by John Alfred Gotch, to a national practice utilising the latest technologies to promote its services.

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