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Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Sports & Leisure, Public, Other
Self-Build, Sustainable Design
Anthony Hudson - Director
Robin Bertram - Head of Housing and Design
John Nortcliffe - Head of Commercial
Hannah Wooller - Head of Heritage and Conservation
Chris Sargisson - Practice Director
Sian Davies - Development Manager
RIBA East Award 2013 - Jersey House
Daily Telegraph/Homebuilding and Renovating Award 2013 - Jersey House
RICS Award 2013 - Chantry Farm
Surface Design Award 2013 - Feering Bury Farm Barn
RIBA East Award 2012 - Feering Bury Farm Barn
RIBA East Conservation Award 2012 - Feering Bury Farm Barn
AJ Retrofit Award 2012 - Feering Bury Farm Barn
RICS Award 2012 - Norwich OPEN
Wood Award 2012 - Feering Bury Farm Barn
- 37 St Andrews Street
- NR2 4TP
Cavendish House is an expressive redesign and remodelling of an existing four-storey early twentieth century building in Norwich city centre. The building houses the University’s Ideas Factory – an incubator space for the use of post graduate students starting a creative business – and a public art gallery on the ground floor. Above, there is dedicated office space for both teaching staff and the NUA Ideas Factory.
Boardman House is an impressive refurbishment of a large Grade II listed building in Norwich city centre. A major £3.5 million programme of refurbishment and remodelling by Hudson Architects now offers a new home for Norwich University of the Arts’ expanding architecture programme, as well as state of the art facilities for the University’s media faculty. The heritage of the 1474 sq.m landmark building has been well respected through the design and preserved and celebrated wherever possible.
A radical restoration and conversion of a Grade II listed timber barn on a working farm into a large family home and artist studios.
Chantry Farm is a conversion of two adjacent Grade II listed timber framed barns into a single family home.
A contemporary extension to Grade II listed house by Baillie Scott, built around 1929.
The conversion of farm buildings into two dwellings.
The transformation of a University building by inserting a large glazed atrium.
The addition of a garden pavilion to a 17th century home.
The replacement of a a drab bungalow with a superior contemporary scheme.
New accommodation for the Salvation Army Citadel Corps in Chelmsford constructed entirely of timber and cloaked in an undulating zinc roof.
A prototype for cost-effective new-build modern housing.
The transformation of a redundant grand banking hall in the centre of Norwich into a 24-hour centre for young people.