Our Awards

As award-winning architects, we pride ourselves on our work and the results show.

Award winning architects

Townscape have won prestigious local awards for its work; The Northern Design Awards (both as winners and finalists) and The Leeds Architecture Awards for the best conserved building. The judges praised a “very fine piece of restoration which deserves top marks for conservation.

Leeds Architecture Award

Townscape Architects were awarded the prestigious Leeds Design Awards in 2013 for the best conserved builing in the city.

This 16th Century Timber Framed aisled barn was renovated and saved from a derelict storage barn to become the beating heart of the Leeds based charity, Caring for Life

Townscape Architects worked alogside Jameson Consulting Engineers to sensitively repair, rejuvenate and extended the beautiful oak framed building into a farmshop and restaurant.

Winner of the Leeds Architecture Award for ‘Best Conserved Building’ 2013.

Northern Design Award

Townscape Architects have both won, as well as being finalists, of the prestigious Northern Design Awards. The awards celebrate the best design projects in the north of England.  Townscape Architects have won previous awards for both design and conservation projects.

York Design Award

Townscape Architects are proud to have received the York Design Award for Sustainabilty for the York Bridge Club, a purpose built community facility located adjacent to the cricket club in Acomb. This purpose-built facility has been meticulously designed with sustainability and long-term cost-effectiveness in mind.

At the core of our design philosophy is a commitment to maximizing solar gain and minimizing heat loss. We have incorporated various eco-friendly features such as a sustainable heat recovery ventilation system, an air source heat pump, and solar panels. By harnessing the power of renewable energy sources, we strive to reduce our environmental impact while ensuring efficient operations.

Upon entering, you will be greeted by a main hall boasting a stunning vaulted ceiling and filled with abundant natural light. The circulation spaces are thoughtfully designed to create a bright and inviting atmosphere. The versatility of this space is truly remarkable, as it can effortlessly cater to national bridge competitions or be subdivided using folding partitions, adapting to the needs of the moment.

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01423 505 924
Temple House,
Raglan Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 1LE
01904 217190
152-154 Holgate Road,
York , Y024 4DQ