It’s been exciting times for Holy Trinity Church recently – the client team and our very own director Guy Smith were treated to a visit from the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Read more about the visit which forms part of the Hull City of Culture celebrations by clicking on this link.
We’re also thrilled with the progress that’s being made on removing the existing pews for restoration. Read more by following this link
We were afforded a lovely view down the nave from the west door – this view has not been seen for over 100 years!
We are delighted to be appointed to work with CVDT to develop affordable housing on a challenging site. Find out more about the project here: http://hebdenbridge.co.uk/news/2017/001.html
The scaffolding has been removed to the primary elevation on Princess Street, Halifax. The stonework is looking good and the weather’s a lot better than our original render!
Fantastic record of Bauman Lyons working in a intimate process of co-production of the Museum of Making at Silk Mill in Derby by the Artist in Residence, Sally Jane Thompson http://derbysilkmill.tumblr.com/tagged/sallysdrawings
We are pleased to announce that Irena will be speaking at the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Annual Conference on Saturday 26th November 2016, 09:30-11:30.
Her talk is titled ‘How to be a Happy Architect’ and will explore the themes of resilience and success in practice.
The conference programme can be found here and to book please follow this Eventbrite link.
We are delighted to be the winners of Digital Construction Week Expo Competition. We will be supported by Innovate UK in exhibition space for our ground breaking digitally enabled construction system MassBespoke™.
Please come and see us at Digital Construction Week
Fantastic architecture conference last week in Cluj-Napoca discussing the changing nature of architectural practice. Generous, young and optimistic city and generous host- many thanks for thought provoking discussions.
Check out the RIBAJ article where Irena Bauman explains MassBespoke as a self-build system that facilitates Custom design for everyone