Sheffield and Hope Valley based firm, Peak Architects, has received planning approval for a contemporary sub-terranean extension to a 19th Century Grade II listed property, Thickwood Lodge, set on the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park.
Peak Architects and three local companies behind the recently launched Design-a-Den challenge are delighted to announce Lord Burlington, Chair of the Devonshire Educational Trust, as one of the judges to find the best imaginary hideaway across Derbyshire and South Yorkshire.
Peak Architects has teamed up with three local companies to encourage a little constructive thinking across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire as they launch a new competition to challenge primary-aged children to design their very own den.
Peak Architects are delighted to be working with a community group to create a new community centre/hub - initial studies are looking at the overall design and materiality...hopefully the client will like the proposed use of 'Corten steel' cladding.
We are delighted that Peak Architects picked up two awards last night at the 'Peak District Planning Awards'. We were very fortunate to win in the best non-residential category for our Chatsworth Stickyard Project and win a commendation in the same category for our Chatsworth Birdhide Project.
Peak Architects attended their first Sheffield Design awards last night at the Trafalgar Works in Sheffield. What a fantastic night we had with Peak Architects 'Chatsworth Birdhide Project' being highly commended in the Small projects Category and winning 'The Peoples Choice Award'.
Peak Architects completed the final snagging on the Dining Room extension for the Dukes Barn Outdoor Activity Centre yesterday and apart from a few snagging items and a final clean the project was looking glorious in the Sunshine.
The scheme in the Peak Park provides a contemporary glazed pavilion linking a former vicarage to an outbuilding; the structure is a series of thin steel fins which have been designed to cantilever over the corner to provide a frameless glazed corner.
We are delighted to show one of Peak Architects projects the 'fish pavilion'. Working closely with the main contractor Branden Davison from Beau Vale Construction we developed this lightweight oak framed extension for a garden extension within the Peak District National Park.
Sheffield-based Peak Architects has appointed Nick Davis to its team as a Part 1 architectural assistant. Nick, aged 22, has graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a BSc in Architecture and Environmental Design.
Peak Architects has been appointed by the Peak District National Park Authority to develop designs for a new amenity block and wardens’ lodge to support its application for a new campsite in Foolow within the Peak District National Park.
Peak Architects has designed a beautiful woodland bird hide on the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire. Sited on the edge of a copse of trees adjacent to the Children’s Farmyard, allowing young bird watchers to feel part of the woodland habitat, the hide has a cedar shingle-clad exterior that will slowly turn to a metallic grey, with a birch ply lining.
Peak Architects in-conjunction with Primesite UK, the Sheffield-based property developer, has submitted a planning application to return the former Wake Smith solicitors offices on Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield to their former role as family homes.
Peak Architects has recruited Josh Dobson to its team. Josh, aged 25, is completing his Masters Degree in Architecture at the University of Nottingham while working at the practice as an architectural assistant.
Hathersage-based Peak Architects has added Petra Schwarczova to its team as part of its ongoing expansion programme. Petra was the winner of the CIAT Award for Outstanding Graduating Student in Architectural Technology; recieved a CIAT commendation for excellence in architectural technology and graduated with First Class Honours from Sheffield Hallam University.
Peak Architects director, Paul Holden, speaks highly of his latest recruit: “Petra was a much-sought after graduate so we are thrilled she has chosen to join Peak Architects; the ability to attract skilled staff of Petra’s calibre is central to our approach and reflects on our growing reputation across the Peak Park and Sheffield City Region.”
Peak Architects has recently been short-listed for two national architecture prizes, the RICS Awards and the Building Design Architect of the Year Awards.