The Old School.

A contemporary extension to a Grade II Listed property in rural yorkshire
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St Gemma's YPS finalist at the structural timber awards.

We are delighted that the St Gemma's Young Person's Space has been shortlisted for the healthcare project of the year...
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The Homestead wins York Design Award.

We are delighted that The Homestead won a York Design Award for best residential single dwellings. Congratulations to all the...
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Crimple Hall.

A new artisan farmers market
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On site.

The Town Deal bid for Leyland offers a compelling vision for improvements to the centre of Leyland, from the station, down the high street and into the town’s market. The BASE building will form an important part of this vision and will enable the creation and continuing support of small businesses, provide a venue for skills training, and offering specialist facilities which support these goals.
The central circulation space, topped with rooflights admitting natural light, is the central device for organising the programme of the building. . Surrounded by incidental seating and meeting places, it is also lively and social. .
Accommodation is arranged around a simple hierarchy of more public on the ground floor to more private on the second floor. . Developed with our friends at @tetratecheurope
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Well done Kate.

We are thrilled that ArkleBoyce associate, Kate Holt, is now an RIBA accredited Conservation Architect. Kate has over nine years’ experience...
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A new Nature and Wellbeing Centre for Kent Wildlife Trust
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