The on-line magazine “Dezeen” has published this project in Cambridge – apparently designed by Mr Overs.
The Nook …….. is where the hearth is!
“Converting The Nook was an important moment in my architectural career, the significance of which was increased by the death of my father the previous year. He had inspired me at a very early age to become an architect and throughout my career suggested it was important to live in ones own creation. Finally firing up the hearth at The Nook was therefore rather poignant.”
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Work to refurbish and extend EF is progressing well. The 1980′s extension was demolished in a couple of days and the steel frame for the extension was erected in about a week ! Weaving steels through the retained villa is a little more time consuming.
Our proposals for a mixed-use development at Ruabon have been well received.
Clwyd South Labour AM Ken Skates said: “I am delighted the revised plans have allocated an area of the site to accommodate a new primary school. I welcome these plans and strongly feel they would breathe new life into the area.”
A significant achievement last year was that NRAP won two of the four annual Cambridge Design Awards. The Nook, a conversion of a dilapidated bakery into a private residence, won the “Alteration or Extension of an Existing Building” category and our refurbishment of the Grade I Listed Pembroke Hall for Pembroke College won the “Conservation of an Existing Building” category.