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The site lies opposite the city’s Medieval Walls (a Scheduled Ancient Monument) and adjacent to the Conservation Area, that incorporates the principle tourist sites which make up the UNESCO world heritage site.The scale of the proposal was carefully considered – the façade angles out and away from adjacent buildings - expanding on the spatial relati...We will be raising money for the children’s charity ‘Coram...Guy Hollaway Architects are delighted to have seen our model of the proposed curved gold woven mesh façade for Elwick Place develop into a full scale 1.1 mock-up.A cold, grey start led to some tough conditions on the road as the boys went through the Champagne region.Luckily the sun came out just before lunch and lifted everyone’s spirits...Read more about The Cottage //HERE//Guy Hollaway Architects are delighted to announce that ‘Palamon Court’ has been shortlisted for a RIBA South East Regional Award 2018 The winners will be announced at the RIBA Awards ceremony at Mecedes-Benz World, Weybridge on the 17th May.Read more about Palamon Court //HERE//They made it!
The new facility would cater for existing watersports users, and the general public, by supporting and expanding upon the existing watersports facilities currently operating within the historic dock basins.
Located just a few yards from Ashford International train station and sitting proudly on a highly visible site with excellent transport connections, the new brewery and visitor centre will make a bold and posit...
With gender equality in the news this week, and companies with over 250 employees having to report their gender pay gap, two of our senior female employees, Danka and Michelle, headed up a lively conversation this morning to discuss the Practice’s statistics and thoughts on this current topic.
It’s been a long weekend but the boys are still smiling as they start to close in on MIPIM.
After a tiring couple of days battling hills and more hills the boys take on the penultimate day of the ride – today they will be cycling from Valence into Aix-en-Provence DAY 3 - REIMS TO DIJON Another early start with more rain!
Today the boys ride from Calais to Reims - a whooping 313km which more than doubles yesterday’s distance but there’s not too many big hills on the way with about 2500m of climbing. Since joining the Practice, apart from being a hobby farmer, Alex (who became an Associate in October 2016) has been successful in winning a range of new work; from small architecturally challenging projects to those of a larger scale.