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Hutton Wandesley Stables, Walled Garden & Botanicum

Native obtained Planning and Building Regulations consents for this stunning Victorian stable block which is now converted and renovated into over 650 sq m of luxury holiday accommodation with original features retained. The project is located at Hutton Wandesley Estate, a privately owned 3000 acre estate in the Vale of York in the custodianship of the York…

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Lucius Books (York): Conservation Repair and Upgrading of Historic Grade II Listed Building

Architect Chris Walker and Part 1 architecture student Naomi Mason attend a site meeting at 70 Micklegate, York, checking the building fabric condition. Native is acting as Conservation Architects as Ebor Construction carry out  a comprehensive scheme of conservation repair and upgrading  to prepare the historic Grade II* listed building for its new role for…

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Hemplime: A natural solution to sustainable, energy efficient and zero carbon buildings

Native Architects has been committed to using natural, locally sourced building materials and contractors for over 25 years and our office building, The Granary, is testament to what we advocate. The conversion of the 19th century traditionally constructed clamp brick granary farm building was conducted as a self-build project by the Native team who completed all the work, apart from the electrical…

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Celebrating Women in Architecture #EmbraceEquity

“On International Women’s Day 2023 it is important to celebrate women’s achievements and the increasing visibility of women in our profession while calling out inequality. At Native Architects we have built a workplace where women thrive alongside the valued men in the practice and embrace equity in the profession.  Our current gender ratio is 70%…

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New House in Goathland

We are delighted to have received planning approval for a new dwelling in Goathland in the North York Moors National Park and in a conservation area.  The existing house on the site is a tired, 1930s bungalow with concrete tiles and a chalet style exterior an incongruous addition to the village. The new house will…

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Looking for an architect for the first time?

Want to make changes to your home and not quite sure if you need any architect? Recent RIBA research demonstrates, our homes, now more than ever, play an integral role in our physical and mental wellbeing, so it’s important that they are tailored to our individual needs.  A good architect will propose solutions and develop your brief…

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Low Carbon Hempcrete House, Orkney Islands

This new low carbon hempcrete house was built for one of our clients in Holm a small village in the Orkney Islands. With majestic views of Scapa Flow, this is the first hempcrete house built on the Orkney mainland.  It was constructed using a timber frame and the walls were formed using prefabricated hempcrete blocks…

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