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Native Quarterly Book Choice

Every four months a member of the Native team will share with you their favourite book, a magazine article or a radio or TV programme. We begin with a book chosen by Sean Bartlem who is our Part 1 Architectural Assistant.  Sean has picked Vitamin Green published by Phaidon.   A book that is worthy of…

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Monkbridge House Hotel, 17 Huntington Road, York

Native Architects has been commissioned to modernise and reorder the old Palm Court Hotel in the centre of York. The brief was to give the period property a fresh look and make it more comfortable, quieter and attractive for guests while using the latest methods, materials, combined with traditional craftsmanship to make the exterior of…

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Return of the Native

After working in Leeds for the past 7 years Lucy re-joins Native Architects. Lucy is a RIBA Chartered Architect with over 10 years experience in practice. Her experience covers a range of sectors including education, housing and commercial with projects from small scale extensions to multi million pound new builds. She always strives to find exciting…

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It’s Green for Whitby Gin

Native are delighted that our planning application for a new gin distillery for our client Whitby Distillery has been granted consent. The new distillery will be built in the grounds of the famous Whitby Abbey on the site of the now disused Abbey Lands Farm. Using the redundant Grade II Listed barns, the proposals extend…

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Sustainable Buildings: Their benefits, features and challenges

Sustainable architecture is architecture that seeks to minimise the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space and the ecosystem at large. Sustainable architecture uses a conscious approach to energy and ecological conservation in the design of the built environment. The idea of sustainability, or…

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