Entries by NJ Architects

Landseer Park

Most residents of Ipswich will know Holywells and Christchurch Parks – but how many are aware of Landseer Park? More of a public open space than a proper ‘park’, this area of land to the south east of Ipswich was once a picturesque wooded valley with a babbling brook leading gently down to the river […]

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 of […]

Design and Craftsmanship Award Winners

We have returned from a fantastic evening at the RIBA Suffolk design awards where we walked away with 3 awards. Many Contractors and Consultants across the construction industry came suited and booted for the superb annual dinner and awards evening. Our very own Architect Pippa plays an active role in RIBA Suffolk, presenting the design […]

A very Green (and Orange) Solution

An eco-friendly answer to heating ‘The longest Barn in East Anglia’ Our client came to us with the conundrum of finding an efficient system to heat her Grade II listed medieval barn, thought to be one of the longest in East Anglia. There were several issues that needed to be addressed, the main one being […]

Suffolk Coastal District Council ‘Quality of place awards’ for building conservation

Darsham House has now been rewarded by Suffolk Coastal District Council following their Quality of Place awards; winning the Building Conservation category. The judges said the work carried out showed “superb attention to detail and craftsmanship”. The works were overseen by Nicholas Jacob Architects and undertaken by R & J Hogg Read more about this project […]