Entries by NJ Architects

V&A – Study of North East Quarter

  The Victoria and Albert Museum occupies a significant site in South Kensington and has done so since 1856.  It has long been known for one of the most significant collections of decorative arts in the world and exemplifies British Design and Craftsmanship through these collections but also in the architecture of its buildings.  These buildings […]

SJCC Awards Dinner

Pippa Jacob was one of the judges for the RIBA Suffolk Design awards, a task which involved vising a number of exciting projects across the county. Pippa was also invited to deliver a short presentation before awarding the successful nominees at the annual SJCC Awards Dinner. Image : Paul Nixon Photography

What a picture……..

Congratulations to our associate Hugh Bunbury who won 3rd place in the Zumtobel photography competition. Using a disposable camera he captured this image at St Peters Church, Palgrave in response to the competition title “Light”.

Pippa qualifies!!!!!

Pippa qualifies!!!!! Pippa Jacob qualified as an architect just prior to Christmas.  Several of our clients will know Pippa as ‘almost an Architect’ and have taken a kind interest as she has completed her studies at the same time as day to day work at Nicholas Jacob Architects. Various current projects aided her practical training […]

Exciting News – Heritage Lottery Fund

We are delighted to announce that our clients at Red Rose Chain have been awarded £968,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to build their new heritage centre and studio theatre at Gippeswyk Hall, designed by Nicholas Jacob Architects and Charles Curry-Hyde. Nicholas Jacob Architects and Charles Curry-Hyde LLP successfully collaborated on this design and in […]

Kensington and Chelsea

We now have a strong client base in London, we are currently working on projects within the Kensington area. We have recently developed proposals for a new house as well as alterations, extensions and improvements to existing town houses.

Darsham House

Works are nearing completion! We hope to be able to hand the building over to our clients by the end of May. The kitchen is being fitted and decorations have now progressed. We will then start the outside!

Leiston Long Shop

Nicholas Jacob Architects appointed by the Leiston Long Shop Museum.  Working with the Museum and Museum exhibition consultants Blue We will update you soon with progress!