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Niall Phillips Architects : Bristol Design Practice

Contemporary British Architect Practice – Bristol Design Studio

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Niall Phillips Architects – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Niall Phillips Architects, alphabetical:

Cardiff Castle visitor centre, Wales, UK
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Following the death of the 4th Marquess of Bute, the family gave the Castle and much of its parkland to the city of Cardiff. It was home to the National College of Music and Drama for 25 years, but since 1974 it became a popular Welsh visitor attraction.

Dillington College residential building, Somerset, south west England, UK
Date built: –

Secret Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms, Shropshire, western England, UK
Date built: 2002
£1.4m approximate building construction cost
An award-winning visitor attraction, voted as the Going Places, ‘Midlands Family Attraction of the Year 2017’.
Set in a grass roofed building, the Discovery Centre has a popular café.
Just outside, there’s the 30 acre Onny Meadows.
source: http://www.shropshirehillsdiscoverycentre.co.uk/

Wolverhampton Art Gallery project, West midlands, Central England
Date built: –

World Heritage Resource Centre, Blaenauan, Wales
Date built: –
The Blaenavon World Heritage Centre is situated within the former St. Peter’s Church School which was founded in 1816 by Sarah Hopkins to provide free education for children whose parents worked for the Blaenavon Company. Like its historic predecessor, learning lies at the very heart of the World Heritage Centre.
Address: Church Rd, Blaenavon NP4 9AS, UK
Phone: +44 1495 742333
source: http://www.visitblaenavon.co.uk/en/Education/BlaenavonWHC/World-Heritage-Centre.aspx

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Niall Phillips Architects – Practice Information

Architect studio was based in Bristol, southwest England

Purcell Miller Tritton (latterly known as Purcell) merged with architectural practice Niall Phillips Architects in June 2007:

“Niall was a founder of the Vivat Trust for building preservation in the UK and the Brunel Engineering Centre Trust, Bristol. He has been involved in the conception of multiple groups and trusts dedicated to the regeneration of a particular building or area”, according to Purcell.

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