We are delighted to have submitted proposals for a sensitive residential scheme of bespoke contemporary dwellings in the grounds of Woodthorpe Lodge in Sandal, a non-designated heritage asset. The scheme converts and extends the existing Woodthorpe Lodge into three dwellings, with the construction of three new detached dwellings in its grounds.
We’re very happy to see our recent commercial, fit-out project in the London Bridge area reach completion this week.
The ex-industrial Victorian building, a stones throw from London’s Borough Market, has been reconfigured and refurbished to provide office spaces for our client at the upper level, in addition to lettable space, at ground floor, and shared meeting rooms to basement level. This has included the insertion of a new, bespoke designed, steel-staircase and a series of glazed screens to better access and delineate spaces as well as the provision of new kitchen, bathroom and ancillary space.
Further information will be coming to our project page soon!
We are thrilled to have obtained planning approval for our proposals for two new-build, detached, Yorkshire stone dwellings in a semi-rural location at the edge of the Rawdon village in the Wharfe Valley.
Our proposal looks to develop a neglected former car sales site, which occupies a corner of the (adopted) Green Belt at the northern periphery of the village, facing the Little London Conservation Area and at the boundary of both Leeds and Bradford City Districts, in order to create a neater and more sympathetic fringe to the villagescape whilst providing two new, high quality homes.
Further to the recent completion of reception works we are delighted that our reconfiguration of the external façade of 76 Wellington Street has been granted planning approval by Leeds Council
Our remodelling of an existing bungalow on a corner plot in a suburban setting. We sought to develop a scheme that demolished the existing unsightly flat roof additions to the bungalow. The proposal were to create a simple linear pitched roof form that dynamically opens up to create a private south facing courtyard garden creating indoor/outdoor living space for the young family to enjoy.
Our Sevenoaks Nature and Wellbeing Visitor Centre shortlisted scheme has been published. The submissions remain anonymous. Good luck to all involved!
We're delighted to announce that Tom has joined the team having previously worked at Penoyre & Prasad and Bennetts Assocates Architects.
We are delighted that our proposals for the Grass Roots (Organic) Garden Centre in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside has gained planning approval. The new facilities will provide cafe and retail space as the first phase of the centre's redevelopment works. We're looking forward to working on the next phases with Grass Roots
We are very happy to begin work on proposals for the restoration and renovation of a characterful Beaux-Arts property, with handsome proportions, on a prominent corner plot within the heart of Marylebone. Our proposals look to sensitively restore and reinvigorate the Grade II listed, architectural fabric to its former glories whilst simultaneously and sensitively providing desirable accommodations and modern day family living space within the rich architectural context of the Howard de Walden Estate.
We are delighted to have been named as one of the four practices shortlisted on behalf of the Kent Wildlife Trust for the competition to design a new visitor centre for Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve in Kent which will be a flagship visitor centre offering key messaging around nature, health and wellbeing. Really looking forward to progressing the design through the next stages. Congratulations to the other shortlisted practices.
We're delighted to have submitted planning for a new build residential scheme within a conservation area, and on the fringe of the green belt, in a Yorkshire village. The simple massing and form responds to the local vernacular whilst creating a contemporary rural language of glass, stone and slate.
Happy Halloween from the team at ArkleBoyce!
Graham and James were delighted to host Stirling Stories North last night on behalf of the Leeds Society of Architects to a sold out Holy Trinity Church. Thank you so much to the Stirling Shortlist and Reinier de Graaf for the keynote.
We are delighted to be working with Shortgrove Developments on the conversion of an old school house to create 10 contemporary duplex apartments
We're delighted to announce that Kate is now officially an Architect. Huge congratulations and we're delighted that all the hard work has paid off!
We have submitted a pre-app for the conversion of Grade II Listed building into apartments in London.
James and Graham are delighted to be hosting the Stirling Stories and Reinier De Graaf on behalf of the Leeds Society of Architects.
RIBA Stirling Prize is the UK's most coveted architecture award and this unique event in Leeds will bring together the architects shortlisted for the Stirling Prize to reveal the stories behind their buildings, the things that inspire them and what it would mean to win the UK’s most prestigious award which will be announced in London on 31st October 2017. LSA is privileged to be the first branch of RIBA in the 22 years of the Prize’s history to be hosting a pre-Stirling event of this kind.
The event will also feature world renowned architect Reineir de Graaf of OMA, Rotterdam as the keynote speaker. He is responsible for building and masterplanning projects across the world including Holland Green in London, the Timmerhuis in Rotterdam and OMA’s proposal to design the masterplan for the Moscow Agglomeration: an urban plan for Greater Moscow.
We are delighted that Paul has joined the team. Paul brings with him a wealth of experience on multiple large building projects including retail, healthcare, commercial and mixed use projects. His specialisms include Building Information Modelling (BIM) & CGI visualisations.
ArkleBoyce are delighted to announce that we are now an RIBA chartered practice. Clients can now find us on www.architecture.com
James and Graham are delighted to announce that they have agreed to become joint chairs of the newly reformed Leeds Society of Architects. The role runs for two years during which time they will be involved with a variety of activities working with architects and the RIBA in Leeds and around the region.
Delighted to see our outline scheme for 100 homes in Grantham has been featured in the Architects Journal.
Thank you to all our collaborators for their input including, Urban Wilderness, Curtins and Forbes Massie.