It has been a pleasure working with Patrick Grant @paddygrant, helping realise his vision for a Grade II listed farmhouse which has recently gained planning approval.
It’s great having Eleanor Wood join the team. Eleanor is an experienced project architect previously working in the commercial sector. She will be heading up our housing team focusing on supported living, housing for the ageing population and new models for autism and dementia communities.
Following a couple of months reviewing the internals with GP’s, #Bwdccg and #NHS #England. We’re starting to revisit the elevations on this ETTF funded scheme.
Busy writing the business case to!
We are pleased to announce Rebecca has joined our team as a project conservation Architect. Rebecca brings a wealth of knowledge from the conservation sector. We look forward to working with her.
We are so pleased to be finally in our new office!
Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be posting more images of us settling in, and this first shot is of our new adjustable desks which are brilliant!
Please keep your eyes open for these posts as we will soon be publicising a couple of summer events to celebrate the move.
We’re so pleased to have Sally Lofthouse join us for her Part 1 placement, having completed the architectural degree course and an additional MEng in Environmental Design!
She’s a great asset to our growing team and we look forward to seeing her reach her full potential on the exciting projects we have for her to work on.
Just a couple more images of St Mary Magdalene showing the Sanctuary and Chancel. The new furniture by Treske and Purbeck limestone flooring are a reflection of the Church’s commitment to quality. The underfloor heating is a welcomed addition, and the controllable LED lighting transforms the space. Thank you to everyone involved especially UK Restoration, Horsfield Building Services and P.C Bishop Electrical.
We’re so pleased to have the opportunity of speaking at the Clitheroe Civic Society meeting on the 12th February. The topic is ‘Design in Context – for Continuity in Change’ covering issues such as …. Learning from History, conserving uniqueness, managing change, developing sustainable design. The meeting starts at 7:30 at Ribble Valley Council Chambers, Church Street, Clitheroe, BB7 2DD. Entry is £3 including refreshments and all are welcome.