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Clementine Blakemore Architects
Building work on Studio for a Potter has completed – photos coming soon!
Clem will be giving the RIBA Dorset Annual Lecture on 7th March at Arts University Bournemouth
Leverton Street has started on site
Clem has been selected as RIBAJ Rising Star, among a 10-strong cohort “informed by community, their peers, colleagues and the people whose needs drive their projects”
We’re thrilled that Wraxall Yard has been awarded a 2023 Blue Badge Access Award, a scheme which “sets the Gold Standard for Access in the wider hospitality sector”
Wraxall Yard has been shortlisted in the Dezeen Awards
Studio for a potter has started on site
Clem has been shortlisted as a RIBA Journal Rising Star
After a long pre-app process, we’re delighted to have received listed building consent and planning permission for Leverton Street!
Planning & listed building consent has been granted for our pottery studio project
We’re looking for a Part II assistant to join the team; the deadline for applications is Wednesday 26th April 2023!
Very happy that Wraxall Yard has won an AJ Retrofit Award!
Looking forward to presenting our work at the RIBA later this month along with Pooja Agrawal and Jas Bhalla
Wonderful to see Wraxall Yard included in the AJ Retrofit Awards shortlist – we’re looking forward to the awards ceremony in April
Wraxall Yard has been nominated for Arch Daily’s Building of the Year!
We’re delighted that Wraxall Yard has been awarded a High Commendation in the MacEwen Awards!
Wraxall Yard has been shortlisted in the RIBA Journal MacEwen Awards – celebrating architecture for the common good.
Wraxall Yard featured in Dezeen
Join the team! We’re hiring a part-time Project Architect to start in the New Year
Wraxall Yard featured in Architecture Today & the Architects Journal
Wraxall Yard feature in Wallpaper*
We’re happy to have been appointed to work on the renovation of a listed townhouse to create a new pottery studio
First site visit for an exciting new project, a music recording studio in a beautiful backland location within a Hackney Conservation Area
Brilliant to see that the planting at Wraxall Yard survived the hot dry summer and is establishing well