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Northumbrian Building News

16 Dec 2021
The Maltings Cultural Venue Design Competition, Berwick-upon-Tweed
The competition is seeking a multi-disciplinary design team to deliver a landmark cultural attraction at the heart of Berwick-upon-Tweed, creating a new focal point for visitors and residents’ and acting as a key driver for the culture-led regeneration of the town. Applications are invited in accordance with the requirements set out in the brief and selection questionnaire.
The Maltings Cultural Venue Design Competition

22 Nov 2021
Meadows Nursery, Crookhill Farm in Stocksfield
Architects: Mailen Design
Meadows Nursery, Stocksfield UK
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Meadows Nursery
The £400,000 project involves conversion of an existing stone farmhouse, which will contain the administration and support facilities, and the design of a new single storey 350 square metre low energy building on the site of the old stable block. This new-build nursery building design has three ‘home’ spaces for different age groups to help the children feel comfortable.

A newly formed architecture and design team has gained planning permission for a children’s nursery in the Northumberland green belt.

Architects Mailen Design with GrafikM Creative Agency have obtained planning permission for the new 50 place Meadows Nursery at Crookhill Farm in Stocksfield.

Northumbria Architecture

Key Northumberland Buildings, alphabetical:

Alnwick Castle Gardens: Visitor Centre
Date built: 2006

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Alnwick Castle

Belsay Hall – Sitooterie
Date built: 2007?
Design: FAT, Architects, London

Berwick upon Tweed Flats
Date built: 2008-
Design: Malcolm Fraser Architects, Edinburgh

Berwick upon Tweed Flats - Northumberland Buildings
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Berwick upon Tweed Flats
The proposal aims to create a dense, but neighbourly, modern residential development that sits well with its surroundings. The appearance of the building will build on the existing traditional forms and patterns of Berwick, but aims to be modern in expression.

Holy Island – Lindisfarne
Lindisfarne Castle includes building elements by architect Edwin Lutyens:

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Holy Island

Kielder Observatory
Date built: 2008
Design: Charles Barclay Architects

Kielder Observatory - Northumberland Buildings
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Kielder Observatory
The Kielder Belvedere is designed not as a piece of contemporary sculpture but as a shelter. It has a certain functional and typological similarity to An Turas by Sutherland Hussey & various artists.

Kielder Water Pavilion, Kielder Forest
Date built: 2004?
Design: Softroom Architects

Design by softroom architects - Northumberland Buildings
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Kielder Water Pavilion

Seaton Delaval Hall

Design: Sir John Vanbrugh Architect

Seaton Delaval Hall
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Seaton Delaval Hall

Woodhorn Colliery, Ashington
Date built: 2006
Design: RMJM Architects, Scotland

Woodhorn Colliery
building image by Keith Hunter Photography from RMJM Architects
Woodhorn Colliery
This unusual project sought to combine a new County Archives with a Mining and Social History Museum on the site of the redundant Woodhorn Colliery, part of which is now a country park. The site contains twelve listed buildings and the pithead itself is designated as a Scheduled Monument.

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Killingworth, nr Newcastle, northeast England
Date built: 1968
Design: Ralph Erskine Architect

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