3 Houses on the North Coast of County Antrim
Ongoing thoughts of a new project
Visit to the 16th International Architecture Exhibition - Biennale Architettura 2018. Curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara.
Arles, Provence, France
Site works draw to a close for a new art gallery within the heart of Belfast city centre.
This redevelopment project of a disused 1980s office building on Hill Street is nearing completion. Mark Todd Architects was employed to carry out external works to facilitate the building's change of use into a new pub, art gallery and apartment.
Planning Permission for these new homes on the north coast was granted in July 2017. Works are to commence on site at the beginning on 2018.
It's been a pleasure to teach M Arch at University of Ulster this past academic year. The end of year exhibition showcases some of the most talented students in the UK and Ireland.
Mark Todd Architects had undertaken a feasibility study to explore design proposals for a new cinema cafe within an existing warehouse in central Belfast. For more information see Projects.
Ink drawing of Belfast Victorian Terraces for a client. See South Parade in Projects for more information.
As advertised by Belfast Design Week, "Architect Mark Todd and Photogrpaher Joe Laverty take you on a tour of Belfast to discover some of its lesser known architectural highlights and how best to photograph them"
Planning Permission for a rear extension to a Victorian terrace house in Belfast has been granted. Tender drawings are underway with a view to commence works on site in Spring 2017...
Brandenburg Gate and Neues Museum Staircase, Berlin
As advertised by PLACE..."On the weekend of the 16-17th April 2016, chartered architects across Northern Ireland will be opening their offices to volunteer their time and expertise to help raise funds for cancer research.
The Ask An Architect initiative at PLACE will give members of the public the opportunity to get expert advice from a chartered architect on building projects of all shapes and sizes."
To find out more visit http://www.placeni.org/ask-an-architect.html