Category Archive for: Architecture

Studio Lime welcomes Katie

We are delighted to welcome Katie Allan to the Studio Lime team. Katie joins us as a RIBA Part 2 Assistant and will soon be a chartered architect. She will be working on a number of our exciting education and heritage projects, providing some much needed support with our growing workload.

University of Bristol: Remodelled Teaching Space Animation

Studio Lime have developed feasibility proposals for the University of Bristol, to provide remodelled teaching and work spaces at one of their main faculty buildings. The work was commissioned by the University’s Capital Development Team. The project proposed new lecture facilities and open plan group working areas for students; as well as agile office spaces…

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University of Bristol: Remodelled Teaching Spaces

Studio Lime have developed feasibility proposals for the University of Bristol, to provide remodelled teaching and work spaces at one of their main faculty buildings. The work was commissioned by the University’s Capital Development Team. The project proposed new lecture facilities and open plan group working areas for students; as well as agile office spaces…

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Huawei Office Handover

Last month saw the successful completion and handover of Huawei’s newly fitted out offices in Bristol. On behalf of Integral UK, Studio Lime Architects worked closely with the Client to develop an architectural and interior design proposal that met their needs. The scheme includes open plan offices, secure data labs, break out spaces, flexible meeting…

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Emma becomes RIBA Conservation Registrant

We’re happy to announce that Emma is one step closer to becoming a conservation architect! Emma is now a RIBA Conservation Registrant (CR) having demonstrated the required level of competency in her heritage portfolio. Emma will now continue to expand this knowledge to work towards her RIBA Conservation Architect accreditation. https://www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers/membership-and-accreditation/conservation-registrant-cr

Planning Approval for Royal Mail Wrexham D.O.

Some good news to start the year, with planning approval granted for our expansion of the Royal Mail Delivery Office in Wrexham. The scheme provides additional sorting facilities, a new customer area, new landscaped areas and the removal of a number of underused outbuildings. Construction is due to start in Spring 2021.

Christmas Jumper Day

The Studio Lime Team enjoyed meeting up on teams for the regular Christmas Jumper Day 2020, in support of Save the Children’s Christmas Appeal.

Handover of Cathedral Primary School

Today we saw the handover of the final phase of our project at Cathedral Primary School. The project included the creation of new classroom spaces a new staff area and new WCs for the adjacent library, all located within the Grade 1 Listed Bristol Central library. A great team effort from everyone involved! Client: Cathedral…

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Structural Timber Awards 2020 Shortlist for Newton Farm Foods

We were delighted to learn that our cafe extension for Newton Farm Foods, near Bath, has been Shortlisted for this year’s structural timber awards in the retail and leisure category. The building includes a handcrafted, scissor trussed oak frame, combined with a highly efficient SIPS panel envelope. It provides much needed seating space for this…

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Kate Stevens becomes Certified Passive House Designer

Studio Lime Project Architect Kate Stevens  has qualified as a Certified Passivhaus Designer after getting confirmation from the PH institute earlier this week. As a practice, we are aiming to incorporate Passivhaus methods into the delivery of our Education, Workplace and Residential projects wherever possible.  We see this a critical step towards delivering healthier, low energy…

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