HelloWe are award winning architects with extensive experience in a wide ranging portfolio of health, education, commercial and conservation work in urban, country and historic settings with offices in Castle Eden, County Durham and design studios in the North Yorks Moors.
Tyne to Tees, Shores and Seas. The SeaScapes Partnership.4th June 2020
Seascapes is a Heritage Coast Partnership, with National Lottery Heritage Funding to develop the UK’s first marine Landscape Partnership scheme. The Partnership is made up of local, regional and national partners that work in the coastal, marine and heritage sectors. The purpose of the initiative is to increase the value of the seascape between the […]
Repairs to St Cuthbert, Peterlee4th June 2020
One of our favourite churches in the Durham Diocese is St Cuthbert’s at Peterlee. We carry out its Quinquennial Inspections and have been managing repairs. It’s a lovely, modern church (designed by Donald McIntyre FRIBA whilst with the firm of Cordingley & McIntyre and built in 1957) and it’s a complete composition from the inclusive […]
New Servery and accessible wc at St Romald, Romaldkirk14th May 2020
At the Grade I church of St Romald at Romaldkirk, Co Durham, we were asked to design facilities that would enhance the church’s mission and improve the visitor experience. A servery and accessible wc was seen as the best way to provide much needed facilities. The project had been in gestation for many years and […]
Fulwell Sound Mirror14th May 2020
The Fulwell Sound Mirror is a Scheduled Monument and Grade II listed military installation. It is a long lost reminder of the WWI home front in the North East. Overgrown with brambles and trees, half submerged in landfill and deteriorating, its purpose shrouded in mystery and almost lost to the folk memory of the generations […]
Hylton Castle Opening Soon28th December 2019
We hope to announce the opening dates for Hylton Castle soon. The works are complete and the interpretation is being installed soon. Watch this space!
Building Limes Forum, York28th June 2019
Beaumont spent three days in the summer at the Building Limes Symposium held in York. With two days of lectures by the best in the field and a practical day at York Minster. He reports that is was the best Continual Professional Development he’s ever attended. Running the show was Nigel Copsey and he is […]
Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum, Skinningrove, Cleveland2nd April 2019
We are pressing on with developing the ideas that the Museum has for the expansion of the site to provide new visitor, schools and display facilities. We are working with our clients, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, to facilitate this fantastic project to bring about not just new facilities but an upgraded existing Museum to […]
@dsbbba28th September, 2020
@rougeit Yes, pioneering work. Arup's bust is a replacement. The original, in bronze, nicked. Rubbish pics of mine from April 2013 https://t.co/su01UUFe4S https://t.co/48W2WZiO52
@dsbbba28th September, 2020
@rougeit The middle junction is a bronze coupling formed from the letters T and G where the students and the residents of the town might meet #townandgown https://t.co/ipQBK3Ljlg
@dsbbba26th September, 2020
@rougeit ...and how the bales turn from circles to hexagons over time
@dsbbba25th September, 2020
@JoScottHeritage Looks like they've dodged the apostrophe as well...