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Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year 2016

April 2017

It was great to see The Garden Building, Lincoln College at the University of Oxford, a project we worked on with Stanton Williams Architects, featured on Channel 4's Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year! The refurbishment was nominated in the category of 'Best Restored Buildings from the 20th century'.

Learn more about the project

The programme is available to watch on channel4.com until 13 May 2017 - click to watch.


 








ESPA spa trolley Hotel Mondrian Doha

Branded spa trolley for ESPA

April 2017

We recently teamed up with leading spa company ESPA to create a set of unique, bespoke spa trolleys, to be installed at the Hotel Mondrian in Doha, Qatar. 

Finished in a white lacquer, the side of the trolley features an embossed carving of the ESPA logo. 

Contact us for more information about branded furniture. 

Learn more about our hospitality projects.









Leicester Cathedral altar

RIBA East Midlands Awards 2017

April 2017

We are happy to announce another of our projects has been shortlisted for the RIBA East Midlands 2017 Awards - the Leicester Cathedral Richard III Project, which we worked on with van Heyningen and Haward Architects in 2015. 

The winners will be announced on 25 May 2017.

Photo credit: Carlo Draisci








design engine, winton, chapel, benches, oak, charterhouse, winchester

RIBA South 2017 Awards

March 2017

We are pleased to announce two building projects we were involved with - Winton Chapel, University of Winchester and New Garden Building, Lincoln College - have been shortlisted for the RIBA South 2017 Awards

The winners will be announced on 25 May 2017.

Photo credit: Peter Blundy, Design Engine








Salisbury School Photo

From the archives ... Church of St Gregory & St Martin, Kent

March 2017

Fifty years on ...

The Church of St Gregory and St Martin in Wye, Kent, the vicar of which is the Reverend Ravi Holy, (no, this is not 1 April), have recently taken delivery of a set of Charterhouse stacking benches to enable the church to use their nave in more flexible ways. This includes the accommodation of the world-famous Wye Music Festival, and the Ashford Choral Society whose principal conductor is the counter-tenor, Mark Deller.

Not many know that, in a previous existence, Mark was a teacher of French and a form-master at the Salisbury Cathedral School, when he was singing as a lay-clerk in the cathedral choir.

Here is an extract of the school photo taken in 1968 showing Mark in the front row, and me (his former pupil), aged 11, in the back row!

Funny how the Wheel of Time rolls by.

—Luke Hughes, March 2017







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