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Why we have a very happy client in Dorset

Extending any period property requires consideration of several significant factors including aesthetics, scale and proportion as well as functionality and efficiency. And this was certainly true for a recent project undertaken in Dorset for a private client.   The brief Nicholas Jacobs Architects was asked to provide an ancillary space for the client’s private collection […]

The Avenue Theatre

Winning an award for your work is the ultimate compliment

Winning an award for your work is the ultimate compliment. But for Nick Jacob and Hugh Bunbury, the pleasure comes from watching that beautiful space be embraced by the community. This is certainly the case with The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich. Here we find out more about the project and the people behind it.   Earlier […]

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  • The Avenue TheatreWinning an award for your work is the ultimate complimentMay 23, 2016 - 2:00 pm

    Winning an award for your work is the ultimate compliment. But for Nick Jacob and Hugh Bunbury, the pleasure comes from watching that beautiful space be embraced by the community. This is certainly the case with The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich. Here we find out more about the project and the people behind it.   Earlier […]

  • The Avenue Theatre, IpswichTwo Nicholas Jacob projects nominated in the RICS 2016 AwardsMay 6, 2016 - 9:26 am

    We’re delighted to announce that two of our projects have been nominated in a prestigious award scheme. Darsham House and The Avenue Theatre have each been nominated in the RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) Awards for 2016. The East of England RICS Awards showcase the achievements of the most inspirational regional initiatives and developments […]

  • Nicholas Jacob Architects - WalkPut your best foot forwardApril 28, 2016 - 9:05 am

    They say that walking is one of the best ways to keep fit. It’s also relaxing, mood-boosting and something for everyone to enjoy. It’s also an activity that’s proving popular with the Nicholas Jacob Architects’ team. Once a month, a walk is organised so that some members of the team can get out into the […]

  • Darsham House - ExteriorNicholas Jacob Architects win award for the restoration of Darsham HouseApril 28, 2016 - 8:41 am

    We’re thrilled to announce that we have won an award for our restoration of one of Suffolk’s most beautiful Georgian homes. We have been commended by the Georgian Group, a charity for the protection and appreciation of British architecture of the period, for our work on Darsham House. This is our third accolade for the […]

  • Country House 4 - 1Darsham HouseDecember 1, 2015 - 10:36 pm

    The practice is currently working on Darsham House, a Grade II* listed building.  This building has been the subject of some un-welcome publicity, due to the fact that nine enforcement notices had been served because of contraventions of Listed Building legislation.  Fortunately our clients Glenn and Edgar, have not seen these facts as a hindrance and have embraced […]

  • Tolly Cobbold Brewery, IpswichLocal Grade II Listed Building is named one of most endangered in the countryOctober 16, 2015 - 10:02 am

    The Victorian Society has released an article which showcases the top ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in the country with Ipswich’s former Tolly Cobbold Brewery making the list. The Brewery was originally built in 1896 and is now a grade II listed building. Tolly Cobbold merged with Ridley’s in 2002 leaving the site abandoned. Since […]