We are delighted to welcome Joe Hedges-Quinn, here on a year’s work placement. Joe, the son of our Accountant, Hayley Hedges-Quinn started with us on 4th July, after he chose to do a year’s placement instead of going into his final year at university, because it was highly recommended by his course leader. Plus he […]
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Nicholas Jacob Architects was formed in 1996 and are a RIBA Chartered practice. Nick Jacob and Shaun Soanes are partners of the firm.
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Yashpriya Gupta, our Architectural Assistant pursued a MSc in Conservation of Historic Buildings from the University of Bath and graduated in September 2020. However, due to the COVID situation, the graduation ceremony got delayed by two years and was finally held on 16th July 2022. Yashpriya says it was a delight to graduate at a building […]
Listed buildings, by definition, are unusual, full of character and can make unique homes and offices. But making the changes necessary for modern living can be complex and expensive. Knowing the ins and outs from the get-go is essential. Getting it wrong can mean a hefty fine or, at worst, a custodial sentence!
It’s a question almost as old as the chicken and the egg; who do you choose first – architect or interior designer? Designers and architects aren’t always the most comfortable of bedfellows – while there is a lot of overlap, the different skills, perspectives and priorities can create challenges. To an extent the answer is […]
Nicholas Jacob Architects make the most of warehouse living. Since the first New Yorkers moved into disused warehouses in its Meatpacking District, the desire for these old industrial behemoths continues to grow.
We are celebrating for more than one reason this month – the family business has not only been strengthened by the return of Pippa Jacob from maternity leave but has welcomed her back in a new position as Associate Partner.
The eagerly awaited opening of the Orangery at The Old Hall, in Ely, is doubly exciting for us. We have worked on the restoration of the Jacobean manor house for over 20 years – first as a family home, then as a bed and breakfast and eventually creating the exclusive venue for weddings, private functions and […]
Country houses, war memorials and public buildings are some of the finest examples in Britain are down to one man, Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens. As one of our most important architects, Lutyens (1869-1944) initially designed private houses in the Arts and Crafts style, before branching out to churches, memorials including the Cenotaph in Whitehall, and […]
A popular landmark is set to re-open its doors as a restaurant following a complete refurbishment we undertook recently. Originally built in 1881 to a competition design by London architect John Johnson, the Grade II listed former post office was in need of extensive interior and exterior renovations.
A smart clock that adjusts the morning alarms according to your work schedule; the shower that is already warm before you step in; the coffee made and waiting for you in the kitchen. Sound too futuristic? No – smart homes are here!
3-8 Bolsover Street
London, W1W 6AB
Phone : 0207 118 2210
- We welcome Joe Hedges-Quinn for a yearAugust 12, 2022 - 9:57 am
- Yashpriya Gupta’s graduationAugust 4, 2022 - 9:45 am
- A Good Relationship Between Architect and Interior Designer is CrucialJuly 12, 2022 - 1:47 pm
- Pippa Jacob joins family business as Associate PartnerJune 7, 2022 - 2:12 pm
- The Old Hall opens stunning new orangeryMay 26, 2022 - 4:12 pm
Selection of Projects
- Reconstruction and internal adaptation of listed hallSeptember 24, 2018 - 12:23 pm
- Reconstruction and extension of listed hallSeptember 24, 2018 - 12:13 pm
- Restoration & expansion of museumFebruary 23, 2017 - 3:31 pm
- Gippeswyk HallFebruary 23, 2017 - 3:16 pm
- Major repair and extension programme for a churchFebruary 23, 2017 - 12:55 pm
- The National TrustFebruary 21, 2017 - 3:05 pm