We’re looking for a full time Architectural Technologist Halliday Clark Architects is an award-winning architectural practice based in purpose-built offices within the town of Ilkley. Due to our increasing workload we are looking for an Architectural Technologist with a minimum of three years’ experience to join our successful team. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of current construction techniques, standards and procedures and be able to efficiently package this knowledge into appropriate and comprehensive drawing packages. This should be relevant to all RIBA stages of work and assist all stages of drawn information within the… Read more
Richard, Adam and David attended the LABC grand finals in London this November. Both our projects, The Walks in Flintshire, and 1 Parish Ghyll in Ilkley were regional winners in their respective categories so it was great to see our projects up there with the best in the country. Sadly we didn’t win but it was a great night celebrating the success of the two projects. To find out more information on each project, click the links below. The Walks 1 Parish Ghyll
Here’s the first look at BuildaKit’s garden pods designed by Halliday Clark Architects. The ‘BuildaKube’ comes in 3 different variations to fit different plot sizes/requirements and will create a high quality additional flexible space for its owners.
Once the rectification period has been and gone we can sometimes lose touch with how our private clients and their buildings are. Which is why it was great to hear from a couple who sent us the below picture of their house we designed and built back in 2015. They said they are still loving the house, we think it is still looking great 3 years on.
We are excited to announce that our extension at 1 Parish Ghyll has been put forward to the LABC grand finals. The project has beaten off competition from finalists in North, South, and East Yorkshire to become the best extension in Yorkshire. The grand finals are to be held in London on 8th November. To find out more on the project, please follow this link.