It is fantastic to be able to announce that our proposal for the Norbord OSB competition has been selected as the winning design. Our approach in creating a high density development by interlocking low rise units allowing private external space was credited at a ceremony in London by Norbord and the RIBA Journal –
More on our competition winning scheme Here
6th November saw a new landmark for MawsonKerr with the completion of artwork to commemorate the opening of the new headquarters for Durham & Darlington Fire Brigade.
The Artwork commissioned by the fire brigade was handed over to the Countess of Wessex during the opening ceremony. We even got a handshake and some kind words as Princess Sophie left the building.
All Royal artwork commissions welcomed…
As the finishing touches are being completed at Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters have been commissioned and completed artwork now installed to the feature walls.
The artwork is inspired by the iconic building of Darlington and County Durham celebrate the region the fire brigade serves.
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Our competitive proposal for an eco-driving range on the historic Dunston Staithes has been announced as the RIBA Forgotten Spaces Winner 2012. The monumental structure caught our imagination and we hope this may inspire much needed regeneration to the industrial monument.
We were delighted the structure and our intervention have been recognised in this competition. An exhibition on the shortlisted schemes is running in Newcastle’s Newgate Centre until December 14th.
Details on exhibition here
Our completion entry Tyne Tee has been short-listed for the Forgotten Spaces North East ideas competition.
The light-hearted concept of a ecological driving range on the Dunston Staithes was the marrying of North East passions, sport and heritage with ecology thrown in to boot. More here and here