We’re currently looking for talented and enthusiastic RIBA Part I or Part II Architectural Assistants to join us here at Mosedale Gillatt Architects.

As part of a dedicated team, we can offer a interesting and diverse workload to suitable candidates, in a relaxed but hard working environment.

If this sounds of interest to you, please send a CV and examples of relevant projects through to studio@mgarchitects.info

SEASONS GREETINGS

With a busy year and some interesting projects afoot, it’s been an exciting 2017.

This year we’re lucky enough to have been able to commission our own wintry forest collection by a local woodworker and friend of the practice. In return we’ve made a donation to their chosen charity – The North Wales Mountain Rescue Association.

And on that festive note, we’d just like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us here at Mosedale Gillatt Architects, see you in 2018!

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes with Northern Stage on their plans for transforming Stage 3, to create a new contemporary space for audiences and performers alike.

We’re starting to see this pay off now as works began on site. The space has already changed dramatically and we can’t wait to see it develop further.

 

Over the past couple of months we’ve been working closely with the Churches Conservation Trust to manage a small but highly significant piece of work at the Grade I listed Holy Trinity church in Sunderland.

Supported by the Coastal Revival Fund, works have been completed to repair and conserve the 3 original Eighteenth century entrance doors to the West elevation. The doors were in poor condition and had been subject to inappropriate repairs over more recent times, with two of the doors no longer openable.

Completed by Rupert McBain Furniture, these conservation works have ensured that the doors can continue to be a significant part of the building operation and can welcome visitors in a manner that befits the scale and significance of this important historic asset.

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