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post updated 26 August 2021

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26 Aug 2021
Castle High House, Pembrokeshire, south west Wales
Architecture: Hyde + Hyde Architects
Welsh Architecture News Pembrokeshire home
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Castle High House
Out on the fringe of south west Wales overlooking the Irish Sea, a cool white concrete home hovers effortlessly over a Coastal National Park in Pembrokeshire. The monolithic form of the Castle High home exudes a sense of luxury and refuge, indifferent to the storms that blow in from Atlantic shores.

18 Feb 2021
Techniquest, Cardiff
Architecture: HLM Architects
Techniquest Cardiff
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Techniquest Building
Techniquest Cardiff is one of the UK’s longest established science centres, having been in the existing building since 1995, the decision was made to transform the building. HLM Architects‘ design has created a new modern environment and provided over 1,000 sqm of additional exhibition and commercial hire space, almost doubling the size.

5 Jan 2021
Museum Of Military Medicine, Cardiff
Architecture: Scott Brownrigg Architects
Museum Of Military Medicine Cardiff building design
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Museum Of Military Medicine
Scott Brownrigg’s design for the Museum of Military Medicine has received planning approval from Cardiff Council. The Museum of Military Medicine, currently based in a barracks in Hampshire, is set to move to Britannia Park off Harbour Drive, opposite the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay.

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9 Nov 2020
Ice Cream Research Building, the Black Mountains
Design: Hyde + Hyde Architects
Ice Cream Research Facility Black Mountains
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Ice Cream Research Facility Black Mountains
Hyde + Hyde Architects were approached in winter 2018 to develop a design for a new high quality, contextual product development building within the foothills of the Black Mountains, Wales. Where you work and what you make is inexplicably linked. The Black Mountain range is the backdrop to the working environment, a landscape forged and formed through glacial action over the ages.

3 Dec 2019
Cardiff Transport Interchange
Architecture: Holder Mathias Architects
Cardiff Transport Interchange
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Cardiff Transport Interchange Development
A mixed-use development in the heart of the Welsh capital for local developer Rightacres. The project is being funded by Legal & General. The development is being delivered by construction company ISG.

7 Jun 2019
Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies
Design: AHR Architects
IMPACT Swansea University Research Facility building by AHR Architects
photos courtesy of AHR Architects
Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies

26 Jul 2018
St David’s Hospice, New In-Patient Unit, Newport
Design: KKE Architects
St David's Hospice, New In-Patient Unit, Newport
photo : Ståle Eriksen
St David’s Hospice New In-Patient Unit, Newport
The 15-bed, in-patient hospice is a development of the original 2013 Day Hospice, itself a shortlisted project. The new building owes much of its special quality to unusually insightful clients.

17 Jul 2017
St Fagans National Museum of History Building, Cardiff, South Wales
Design: Purcell
St Fagans National Museum of History
photograph © Craig Auckland / Fotohaus
St Fagans National Museum of History
The latest stage of redevelopment at St Fagans National Musum of History in south Wales have been unveiled. From 14 July 2017, visitors to St Fagans National Museum of History will be greeted at a vastly improved new entrance building and will be able to enter Gweithdy – the newest addition to the museum’s collection – which this time is a brand new build.

25 Jun 2017
Queen’s Parade in Bangor Redevelopment
Design: FaulknerBrowns Architects
Queen's Parade Masterplan, Bangor
image © FaulknerBrowns Architects
Queen’s Parade Masterplan Bangor
Angelvale Consortium, supported by FaulknerBrowns Architects in the role of masterplanner, has been appointed by the Department for Communities and Ards and North Down Borough Council, as the preferred developer for the re-development of Queen’s Parade, Bangor. Led by Cubic3, as investment manager and development directors, the consortia includes various international entertainment and leisure investors/operators as well as local organisations.

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