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Tom's Travelogue - Valencia

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The City of Arts & Sciences is a complex built within the sunken park which runs through the heart of Valencia, along the former bed of the Turia River. It was designed by infamous Spanish Architect, Santiago Calatrava. The photos were taken by Tom Partridge, on a recent trip to Valencia. 


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Refurbishment Project - Penrith

Monday, April 24, 2017

NC Architecture are delighted to have been appointed for the refurbishment of the 50,000sqft former Co-Op building in Penrith Town Centre. 


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Edgecroft Appeal Success

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

NC Architecture are delighted to have won an appeal for our client for a magnificent six bed replacement dwelling over four floors, in Alderley Edge. The Council had originally refused the Application without consideration to our argument, that the significance of retention of the existing dwelling was, by far, outweighed by the merits of the proposed development and, therefore, warranted approval. Set in the desirable Alderley Edge Conservation Area and characterised by substantial properties set in spacious and well landscaped plots, Edgecroft was designed to follow a contemporary vernacular style, creating a pleasant modern design that would act as a contemporary interpretation of the Alderley Edge villas and as a complimentary addition to other modern properties in the area; a view shared by the Planning Inspectorate. The proposed 19,000sqft development, preserves and equally enhances the character and appearance of the Conservation Area. Our client is ecstatic and construction is set to commence Summer 2016. 


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Thank You!

Thursday, March 31, 2016

We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge Thank You to Derek Green at [gawr-juhs] for all his help and advice in setting up our new website and everything else associated with the re-branding and launch of NC Architecture. 


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Why the rebrand?

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Having established the Practice as one of the forerunners in the detached luxury homes sector over the past 15 - 20 years, Neil Collins has seen the workload and clientele shift to a far wider range of projects. Still undertaking a smaller number of luxury ‘super’ homes and high quality refurbishments, the Practice has had to respond to commissions covering Sporting and Leisure Facilities, Luxury Student Accommodation, works to Listed Buildings, Offices, Hotels, PRS High Rise and Retail Stores. Neil Collins felt that the brand of NC Homes did not offer clients the truest reflection of the range of work the Practice was now capable of doing. 


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New Member of Staff

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Please say hello to Bianca Morgan, who joined us on 11 January. 


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NC Homes.Architects Goes Underground - Again!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Given the success of Perdu and Nessecliffe, NC Homes.Architects have been retained to design two further underground, eco and sustainable homes. 


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Vita Crosshall, Liverpool - All Good Things Come to an End

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

In April 2011, we were appointed by Select Property Group as the architect on the refurbishment of its first ever Vita Student residence in Liverpool City Centre, into a stylish and award winning 358 bedroom location. 


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New Arrival!

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Please say hello to Dominika Komorowska. 


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NC Homes Hits the PRS Sector

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Two new build projects in Bolton and Failsworth, see the Practice move into the multiple occupancy market with a bang! 


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