Extensive repairs and reconstruction on the building, which was used by Malton Museum until 2012. The project added new step entrances, and opened up and glazed previously filled in arches to create a bright and open space.
The work on site involved large scale reconstruction of the roof structure, the installation of new services (phone, electricity etc) and the insertion of fenestration and openings to make it a functioning space.
A current project converting disused stables previously used by the adjacent Talbot Hotel. The buildings are to be preserved and converted to form a set of small manufacturing facilities to be associated with local speciality food production.
This was a project to extend a successful bar at the rear into an existing but unused courtyard. The aim was to provide a suitable venue place as well as a more attractive outside beer garden, and the bar remained operational throughout the construction.
This building, situated in a very prominent position at the entrance to Malton from York was constructed in 1870 as a girl’s school.It later became a hotel before falling into disuse and neglect for several years. As part of the project of restoration, a new themed bar was inserted into the lower ground floor with the reuse of existing arches to form an entrance and glazing.
The design of the fenestration infill joinery was inspired by gothic form and details to be sympathetic both to the immediate context and the spirit of the building in general.
Replaced shop front on a commercial premises in Malton. The previous design was unsuitable for this unit on the main commercial street in Malton. The design added polasters, brackets, and a cornice that breaks back a forth along the elevation.
A disused Methodist chapel just off Market Place in the centre of Malton that has been recently used as a furniture shop. The interiors have been heavily degraded but this design exercise shows the dramatic possibilities of the space for alternative uses such as a bar or restaurant.