Mowbray Park Apartments
Sectors: Residential, Commercial, Heritage
Will Mawson Project Architect at Napper Architects
As part of the larger regeneration of Mowbray Park, in the centre of Sunderland, Mowbray apartments was the final piece of the jig saw to redevelop. Originally the Palantine Hotel the existing building stands on a prominent corner of the park. This development incorporates a mix of ultra contemporary residential units wrapping round the retained element of the hotel. The original building has been sympathetically remodelled with a restaurant to the ground floor and basement.
The multi award winning project has 39 apartments of varying size and includes a large semi public atrium connecting all the apartments with a landscaped garden at the base and bridge links to the feature lift.
Location : Various North East
Sectors: Residential, Mixed Use, Commercial, Community.
Will Mawson and Dan Kerr Designers at Napper Architects
From our experience of working on large masterplan projects we have the skills and expertise to deliver sustainable developments and ‘placemaking’ designs both large and small.
The winning scheme for Hebburn town centre the design included 200 units (1 – 4 bed) and incorporating a food store, retail units and a community centre. The scheme was designed to revitalise the town centre with a community hub including a library, gallery and customer service centre and an urban landscaping connecting the housing to the adjacent park.
Loadman Street Masterplan was the winning scheme in an invited competition to redevelop the area in the West End of Newcastle. It includes 140 units 2-4 bed and affordable housing. This scheme maximises the views across the Tyne valley and creates family friendly ‘home zones’ allowing the built environment and landscaping to support social interaction and outdoor play.