Marcus Beale Architects
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MBA celebrated with clients, suppliers, industry partners and colleagues past and present in the Wren Room at the RIBA, on Thursday 15 September 2016 to share 25 years in practice.
A slideshow of current and completed projects over the past 25 played across the walls.
Marcus Beale expressed thanks to all the team outlining the future of the practice as a centre of excellence in conservation: making new things in old places.
MBA’s role is to advise as Heritage, conservation architects: working closely with Gort Scott as design team leader, the planning consultant, archaeologist, and other consultants under the overall direction of Gary Newport of Austin Newport Group, project manager.
Marcus Beale’s lecture Designing with Sound at the University of Cambridge Department of Architecture, Arcsoc talks Tuesday 24 February 2015. You can read more about it on the Music & Sound page
Marcus Beale is the inaugural guest blogger at Blake Morgan’s planning and conservation law blog. He likes the NPPF’s conservation policies for their brevity and simplicity, arguing that all architecture is conservation:
The Secret Life of Buildings a new series on Channel 4 in which “Tom Dyckhoff explores the impact the design of buildings can have on us – on our identity and self-esteem, and on relationships, our chances at school, and even our weight and immune system.”
William Casey, Carmen Curreli and Chris Benson have joined or rejoined MBA in the new year. This reflects an exciting and expanding range of projects from residential, education to conservation, and our commitment to maintain and strengthen MBA’s resources in design and project management.
David Bass has become a director of the company. David has consulted with MBA since October 2006, developing the design base within the practice. In his role as director he will help lead the practice, which has enjoyed steady growth in turnover and the quality of projects despite the recession, into the next phase of our development. MBA will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in August 2011. (more…)