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Hyde + Hyde News – November

A penthouse refurbishment was recently completed by Hyde + Hyde Architects in South Wales. More images on this project will be posted soon.

A planning application has also been submitted this month for a contemporary home in a suburban area within the town of Pennarth near Cardiff Bay, South Wales.

More work can be seen on our frequently updated Flickr page here.

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Hyde + Hyde News – September

The practice submitted a detailed planning application for a new home for a couple re-locating from California to South Wales.

We are delighted to announce that work has now begun on our Castle High project in Broadhaven, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Progress on the demolition of the main barn before the refurbishment commences can be seen on our Instagram page.

 

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Hyde + Hyde News – August

This month work completed on one of our projects located on the East coast of England and within the historic market town of Clare in Suffolk.

Hyde + Hyde architects were approached to refurbish and extend this 4 storey grade 2 listed townhouse and art gallery. Project details can be seen here and more photographs of the projects will be released soon.

Our Picket Mead development appeare...

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Hyde + Hyde News – July

The practice has received planning for a brick and glass 'garden room' addition in Radyr Cardiff. The second project in the area following on from the now complete - small but perfectly formed Welbourn addition.

Director Kristian Hyde appeared this month in an interview by Building Design Magazine, this can be read here.

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Hyde + Hyde News – June

Hyde + Hyde recently won a prestigious RIBA Architecture Award for a contemporary residence completed in Cyncoed Cardiff.

The practice was delighted to receive the award on the evening of Wednesday 12th June at a ceremony in South Wales. The prize, one of only two awards given by the judges from a total of 8 buildings shortlisted throughout Wales.

More information about the project can b...

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Hyde + Hyde News – May

We are excited to announce this month that one of our projects that received planning back in 2011 has come online.

France house will now take shape on a sloped site overlooking the Bristol Channel and will be breaking ground later this summer.

In other news Hyde + Hyde welcomes Ross Couper, a new RIBA Part 1 Architectural Assistant joins the practice to help with a growing workload.

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Hyde + Hyde News – April

The practice is delighted to have been appointed to develop new designs for a contemporary residence near the Loughor Estuary, South Wales for a couple relocating from California.

We are also proud to sponsor The Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) 'Graduate Exhibition', to be showcased in London's Brick Lane, From 11th-15th July.

The exhibition will be part of the “Free Range” Art &a...

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Hyde + Hyde News – March

Copper House in Cyncoed Cardiff has been shortlisted for the RIBA Architecture Awards.

The RIBA Awards are given for buildings that have high architectural standards and make a substantial contribution to the local environment. The awards are annual, and have been running continuously since 1966.

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Hyde + Hyde News – February

Hyde + Hyde have been appointed to design 12 luxury apartments for a high quality boutique hotel in Pembrokeshire. The brief includes a series of secluded gardens, relaxation space offering fine dining, sumptuous bedrooms, surrounded by the finest food and warm open fires. Located near the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

In other news we are looking for talented individuals to join our t...

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Hyde + Hyde News – January

In January we gained planning for a new home on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales.

The new contemporary home will be built from oak, concrete, limestone and blackened steel. The home continues practice research, developing buildings that are closely associated with region and place.

The material language of the ground floor responds to the medieval tradition of dry stone walling found i...

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