We are thrilled that ArkleBoyce associate, Kate Holt, is now an RIBA accredited Conservation Architect.
Kate has over nine years’ experience working within the heritage sector and the historic environment and is an active member of SPAB, Modernist Society, Leeds Civic Trust and keen supporter of IHBC, National Trust and Historic England.
Kate's most recent built experience includes extensive repair and renovation of impressive 600sqm Grade II Listed, Beaux-Arts residential property in central London, repair and reconfiguration of further Grade II Listed townhouse in West London, conservation and refurbishment works to a number of commercial offices within historic buildings and, most recently, extensive conservation works to a 335 acre agricultural estate within a UK National Park, including the detailed repair of 2No. Grade II Listed farmhouses and further 13No associated outbuildings and ancillary spaces in addition to wider landscape. She is also the appointed architect to St. Philip’s Church, Osmondthorpe and supports the wider practice, and clients, through the production of research document and heritage assessments.
Kate’s details can be found via the RIBAs online register https://www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers/membership-and-accreditation/conservation-architect-ca
Well done Kate!
We are delighted to have been shortlisted as finalists for the Small Project Architect of the Year at @BDOnline Architect of the Year Awards 2022. It's testament to our incredible team and we are honoured to be in such good company. Good luck to the shortlist.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for Best Designer of the Year at the 2021 Yorkshire Resdiential Property Awards. Huge congratulations and good luck to all the other shortlisted practices.
We are delighted and humbled that the studio has made it onto the Dezeen Awards 2021 emerging architecture studio of the year longlist.
The practice has been shortlisted from over 4,700 entries from 87 countries to Dezeen Awards this year. ArkleBoyce is one of 121 studios that are in the running for awards in the 6 different categories.
Our dedicated page on the Dezeen Awards website is: https://www.dezeen.com/awards/2021/longlists/arkleboyce/
We are delighted to welcome Frances to the office.
Frances graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2020 after achieving a BA(Hons) in Architecture.
Frances has a keen interest in residential projects, particularly in how the design of the home can affect mindset and health. Frances is also fascinated by the renovation of existing architecture to positively impact the environment it serves.
We are delighted to announce that both Kate and Paul have been promoted to the position of Associate within the practice. They will both now join Rich in providing the Associate role for ArkleBoyce. Huge congratulations, very well deserved.
We are delighted to welcome Jessica to the office.
Jessica graduated from the University of Bath in 2017 after receiving a BSc(Hons) in Architecture, and from the MSA in 2020 with a MArch, winning the Hays Collaborative prize in her final year.
Jessica has a strong interest in how contemporary architecture responds the historic and natural environment, in particular how it can enhance an area’s sense of place.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Best Residential Practice in this years Northern Design Awards 2020. It's a lovely way for our talented team to end a hard year! We wish all the shortlisted practices the best of luck and look forward to the winners being announced on Friday 18th December.
Earlier in the year, James and Graham were invited to present at the 2020 Sheffield School of Architecture, Lecture Series, to talk about the origins of the practice. They shared experiences of how ArkleBoyce was formed, the challenges created as the practice has become more established and the fundamental principles that underpin each project.
Huge congratulations to our incredibly talented architectural assistant Lara Miller for her nomination at the Architects Journal Student Prize 2019. An amazing achievement and well deserved.
We are delighted to announce that Rich has been promoted to the position of Associate in the practice. Rich who has been with us since the beginning has been instrumental to the design and delivery of a number of our schemes and a key member of the team. Huge congratulations and very well deserved!
We are delighted to welcome Jack to the office. Jack graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2011 after achieving a Bachelor of Science award in Architecture and Environmental Design, and from University of Westminster in 2016 where he was awarded a Masters in Architecture. After graduating he joined Chris Dyson Architects in London where he worked on several conservation, retrofit and new-build projects across the high-end residential and commercial sectors.
Whilst working at Chris Dyson Architects, Jack worked on projects at all stages, often involving development within conservation areas and work to listed buildings, many of which were Victorian and Georgian dwellings. Jack was responsible for a number of residential and commercial projects for both domestic clients and private developers and played a key role in the delivery of the new café in the Grade II* listed Crystal Palace Park; a prestigious project for the London Borough of Bromley.
We are delighted to welcome John to the studio. John studied Interior Architecture at Northumbria University, graduating in 2017 and won a national award at the Free Range Degree Show that year. Last year John completed a Postgraduate Degree in Interior Architecture granting him Riba Part 1 exemption.
John has joined us from Jonathan Mole Architects in Newcastle where he worked with a range of different projects from extensions to high end new build projects. John has a particular interest in existing buildings and their history and how these buildings can be restored in a respectful way that is representative of today.
Following several years’ experience working on a variety of traditional and heritage buildings Kate has begun the process of formalising her conservation skills by attending the RIBA’s Conservation Course, held in York, over the last fortnight.
This included lectures by specialist, accredited, Conservation Architects, skilled craftsmen and visits to exemplar heritage building projects including De Matos Ryan’s Royal York Theatre and the ongoing renovation of York Minister including a visit to the stone mason’s yard and an up-close scaffolding tour of the ongoing masonry work currently being installed as part of ‘fixing’ season.
We are happy to announce that having passed the course, Kate will be looking to join the Conservation Register this coming September.
We're delighted to announce that Tom has joined the team having previously worked at Penoyre & Prasad and Bennetts Assocates Architects.
Happy Halloween from the team at ArkleBoyce!
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 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