Refurbishment of Grade II listed building in Ipswich to create new branch for the Ipswich Building Society.
Proposal for residential development of two units
Exciting new home for a young couple in Ipswich, passionate about design.
Proposal for a new single detached dwelling in Suffolk
Proposal for a replacement 3 bed dwelling with internal garage
Melton Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk
The new stilted entrance block at Mariner House
The application is for a housing development on the former Suffolk Coastal office site in Woodbridge - providing 100 homes (including 33 affordable homes), together with a community building and a retail unit, which may be a coffee shop or retail outlet.
New residential development for 10 Houses, including improvement works to access road and adjacent pavements.
The local community was invited to the Melton Hill pre-planning application exhibition to view and comment on proposals for a high quality residential development in their town.
Proposals for a replacement dwelling on a small pocket of residential land within a larger working farm.
Hoopers' Dan Kemp (Part II) Entry to RIBA President's Medal 2017
Refurbishment of Grade II listed building 288 on the Imperial War Museum site in Duxford to create new Air Training Corp Facility for the RFCA.
The proposals are for the development of 21 new dwellings ranged around an open green communal space.
A mews behind the Engineer's Arms in Leiston
Hoopers work with Active Urban to secure the preferred bid for a high quality residential development on land currently occupied by Suffolk Coastal District Council offices.
Bridging the gap between high school and University; hard finishes and exposed structure and infrastructure create a more open and legible building under a tight set of constraints.
A reconfigurable plan within the existing footprint of historical workshop spaces.
Great opportunity to improve the street boundary.
Extension to living and master bedroom accommodation.
New house. Unbuilt 2005.
IN FOR APPEAL
RIBA Suffolk Craftsmanship Commendation 2014
Final phase of the Griffin Wharf development
Contracted by Persimmon Homes to achieve Planning Approval and produce construction drawings for this one-off development on a prominent site in the middle of Ipswich.
The building is designed to be as unobtrusive as possible maintaining the open space feel of the playing field whilst providing improved learning facilities for this already well respected school.
Brownfield site within the Ipswich Education Quarter. Scheme for 400 student units including retail use on the ground floor. Site sensitive adjacent to listed church and busy highways.
Bringing Attwells and 40 staff into the town centre.
Classrooms designed around an expansion to the library, opening off generous flexible circulation space. A linked block floating at first floor level over re-designed administration areas, entrance and outdoor space at the front of the school.
A holistic design; responsible approach to infill development.
Three new first floor classrooms with verandah, reception class and play area, school hall, kitchen, offices and external landscaping to compliment the main Victorian three-storey school building dating from 1897.
Petersen Kolumba handmade bricks
A new frontage giving the school a new personality to sign its transition to a Junior and Infant School, proposals include new canopies, entrances and facilities.
Haverhill was one of the first areas in Suffolk to change from a 3 tier to 2 tier education system.
Completed 2001, SAA Craftsmanship Award, RIBA Spirit of Ingenuity Award.
Planning permission granted for two new family homes integrated into the existing street scene, enhancing and celebrating a desirable location in Ipswich.
The simplicity of the rectangular form with lean-to accommodation is followed through both in plan and in elevation; sleeping bay, the utility bay and living bay.
Completed 2011. Replacement building to provide 2 no. dwellings in terraced form over two and a half storeys.
The principle accommodation is all set upon the ground floor with guest amenities on the reduced first floor footprint.
New House. Unbuilt 2011.
Completed: 2008 The relocation of the 36th Signals Unit from London Ilford to Cambridge.