DarntonB3 Architects has worked with Warwick Town Council on the refurbishment of the Court House Warwick, under the “Unlocking Warwick” initiative. The work involves alterations and refurbishment of the Visitor Centre and Yeomanry Museum.
DarntonB3 Architecture has been involved in preparing Quinqennial Inspections for the Diocese of St Asaph for several years. This has involved the surveying of a range of Churches from the Medieval through to the High Victorian and from large “mother” churches through to small rural mission churches. The preparation of the inspection reports often leads to implementation of specialist reports.
Conservation of the Grade 1 Listed redundant Church has been carried out for the Churches Conservation Trust and the work involved the replacement of the lead roof over the Nave, Chancel and Tower including the replacement of the historic rainwater goods.
DarntonB3 Architecture was appointed to manage the sensitive repair process and return this property in Uwchygarreg, Machynlleth to habitable use. Cwmydwrig is a unique surviving example of the transition from the Hall House to the storeyed long-house built in classic medieval setting at right-angles to the slope. The philosophy was based on the retention of the maximum amount of the existing ...
DarntonB3 was appointed to provide advice on a comprehensive “options appraisal”, which involved a detailed survey of the fabric and discussions with Grand Aid bodies. Phase One involved roof structure stabilisation and extensive slate/lead roof repairs. Phase Two commenced by removing many layers of blue paint from the stone Italianate facades.
DarntonB3 Architecture is appointed as Conservation Architect to the Grosvenor team to work in partnership with CADW and the advisors on the restoration of the Gatehouse at Harlech Castle. The work involves the installation of floors, roofs, windows and doors including specialist masonry repairs and mechanical and electrical work.
We acted as Architect and CDMC for a project to restore the Concert Hall to its original architectural delight. The Concert Hall opened in 1901 and has since been used constantly for teaching, rehearsal and performance of classical music. The client’s brief called for the restoration of the entire Hall, including the provision of acoustic isolation and the improvement of ...