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New House Build, Hillsborough, County Down

Knox Clayton Architects recently obtained planning permission for this new house in County Down. The client wanted a traditionally designed 4 bed family home.  The cottage design has simple rectangular floor plans.  The front façade includes an entrance porch, corner window and boxed dormer windows with large glazed panels, all strategically placed to maximise the…

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Queens University Belfast Conservation Project

Knox & Clayton were employed by Queens University Belfast, Estates Branch, to survey and prepare proposals for holding works and prepare and submit planning applications for elevational treatment and demolition within a conservation area to a badly dilapidated mid terrace property fronting onto the busy Malone Road near Queens University. The building had been used…

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Woodburn Primary School

It has been an exciting week delivering the handover of Woodburn Primary school, Carrickfergus. The children were at the heart of the project.  The new school is both fun and vibrant, providing a perfect environment in helping to shape their education. The curtain walling and skylights throughout the main circulation spaces make optimal use of…

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Southern Regional College (SRC)

The new Southern Regional College, (SRC) Banbridge is a ‘State of the Art’ Education Campus which is replacing the existing College building currently on site. The new College building will accommodate 1000 full / part time students and provide an innovative and modern approach to Further Education whilst facilitating an excellent learning experience for all…

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Boutique Hotel and Restaurant, Ormeau Road

KnoxClayton Architects were appointed by “The Galgorm Collection” to design a new 18-bed Boutique Hotel and Restaurant on the former Holy Rosary Church site on the Ormeau Road. The last service took place in 1980. Since then the Church and adjoining parochial house have suffered years of neglect, with significant deterioration to both the internal…

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