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21st Century Newcastle Architecture Studios, alphabetical:
Jane Darbyshire & David Kendall

The JDDK architect studio established in 1979. The design practice’s offices based at Millmount, 80 Ponteland Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE5 3AL.

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Newcastle Architect Offices, not yet listed, alphabetical:

BW Architecture
Blake Hopkinson Architecture
Brightblue Studio
Browne Smith Baker Architects
Design Lines Architects Ltd
Ely Architects Ltd
Mackellar Architecture Ltd
Nicholson Nairn Architects
Redbox Design Group Ltd
Ryder HKS
Space Architecture & Management
Surface + Light + Space
Xsite Architecture

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Additional Newcastle Architect studios welcome : please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) with practice profile to us at the e-mail address below.

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, Northeast England, UK

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City Pool and Turkish Baths
Design: Napper Architects
City Pool and Turkish Baths
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City Pool and Turkish Baths in Newcastle
The plans include the restoration of the City Pool and the Turkish Baths which will incorporate a spa. There will also be a range of health and wellbeing facilities including fitness facilities, exercise studios and treatment rooms.

Byker Wall Estate Upgrade
Byker Wall Housing - Newcastle Architecture News |
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Byker Wall Estate News
The Byker Wall is a long, unbroken block of 620 maisonettes in the Byker district. They were designed by architect Ralph Erskine (office headquartered in Sweden) and constructed in the 1970s. The wall is just part of the estate, which in total covers 200 acres (80 hectares).

Eskdale Terrace Housing, Jesmond
Design: FaulknerBrowns Architects
Eskdale Terrace Housing Newcastle Architecture News
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Terrace Housing Jesmond
Located in the fashionable residential suburb of Jesmond in Newcastle upon Tyne, the 63-home-development includes shared communal facilities, with a residents lounge and first floor podium gardens. The development, which will replace the unlisted and now vacated Newcastle High School for Girls, is unlike anything else seen in the city and will help transform the perception of what constitutes a good later living development.

Newcastle City Library
Design: Ryder Architecture
Newcastle City Library
The new City Library forms one of the largest public libraries in the UK. The £24m building will offer 21st century facilities combined with inspirational places for reading, learning, researching, relaxing, meeting and working. In addition to the impressive collection of more than 200,000 books (over 100,000 of these are new, highlighting the city’s commitment to encouraging reading), the six storey building boasts state-of-the-art facilities.

Tyneside Cinema
Design: Fletcher Priest Architects
Tyneside Cinema
The major renovation restored the original auditorium, the Classic, and installed new armchair and sofa seating. Two further screens, the Electra and the Roxy, were added at roof level to avoid disturbing the original decorative interiors, with their highly distinctive oriental influences and patterned mosaics.

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