Studio BAAD, Yorkshire Architects, Buildings, Hebden Bridge Design Studio, Office
Studio BAAD Architects : Architecture
Hebden Bridge Architecture Practice: Yorkshire Design Office, England, UK
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Studio BAAD – Major Design
4 Columns, Skipton, Yorkshire, Northern England, UK
Date built: 1998
photo : Studio BAAD
Set in a listed building – a former hay barn on the country estate of Earl Tempest at Broughton Hall, Skipton, Yorkshire, this is part of a group of former agricultural buildings operated by Roger Tempest, heir to the estate, who had the foresight to convert once-derelict dairies and barns into a business park. The building forms two sides of a courtyard: on the east side the windows face hills and woodland; a door in the staff coffee-bar opens onto a timber deck which oversails a flag-ringed pool, once used as an ice-pond.
Studio BAAD – Key Projects
Studio BAAD are a West Yorkshire based Architecture & Design practice
Key Projects by Studio BAAD, alphabetical:
Linden Mill – Studio BAAD Office, Yorkshire, England
Date built: 1989
picture : Russell Horn
The development of Linden Mill dates from 1908 when the first phase, approximately one-third of the main mill building was built. The glazing extends through 2 storeys and on the east elevation and includes a fully glazed gable. The architects offices are on the first floor.
Pecket Well Mill, Hebden Bridge, Calderdale, Yorkshire, England
Date built: 2004
photo : Steve Morgan
Re-development of a Grade 2 listed fabric-weaving Mill set on the hills above Hebden Bridge. The scheme creates 31 dwellings of varying types and sizes, and has already won a Yorkshire Rural Renaissance Award
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Studio BAAD based at Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, UK
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