Est. 1960

WOOLDALE HALL

The comprehensive refurbishment of a listed period “gentleman’s residence” that had become somewhat down at heel.

Specialist conservation skills were allied to pure architectural imagination to produce a supremely comfortable home that renewed the elegance and presence of the original.

The creation of interiors that reflected this mix of grandeur and comfort was critical to the success of the end result.

CONSERVATION & HERITAGE GALLERY

WOOLDALE HALL

The comprehensive refurbishment of a listed period “gentleman’s residence” that had become somewhat down at heel.

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THE DYEHOUSE

The conversion of a derelict former textile dyehouse to offices. The scheme combines reused materials with energy efficient construction and systems. A classic demonstration of the versatility and longevity of simple structures and natural local materials.

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TOLSON

One of two houses created from former agricultural buildings at Tolson Farm, the site of One17’s own offices.

A classic demonstration of the flexibility and opportunities presented by simple, solid vernacular buildings.

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BREWERY DRIVE

Conversion of a former brewery stable building to award winning offices.

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