All Saints Church, Northallerton
Ferrey and Mennim work on the conservation of churches but also on their continuing sensitive adaptation and updating. At All Saints Church, Northallerton we are working with the church community to undertake a series of projects to adapt the 900 year old church for modern use and make its environment more comfortable for its users.
Having inserted a new kitchen that has enabled the wide north aisle to perform a range of community functions such as a popular baby and toddler group, we have recently completed a major re-lighting scheme. This has been designed to be multi-functional allowing light settings perfectly adapted to the church’s different uses.
LED fittings have been used throughout for their extremely low energy use and naturalistic colour rendering and now the painted ceilings and reredos of the church can be better appreciated. The result is that the new lighting scheme has dramatically improved the internal appearance of the church.
Projects for new underfloor heating and an entrance porch have now begun, and our on-going care has enabled the exemplary facilities that can allow it to continue at the heart of the community in Northallerton.
- Client: All Saints Church, Northallerton
- Category: Conservation, Ecclesiastical, Heritage and Community
York based Conservation, Residential
and Ecclesiastical Architects.
Design with a difference
Ferrey and Mennim pursue a contemporary, timeless architecture, often within complex historic settings. Since 1922 we have worked with exceptional craftsmen from across Yorkshire and the North of England to create and restore buildings with carefully crafted, modern detail. We undertake work with skill, care and always with attention to the needs of our clients.
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We have a wide range of skills and experience in our team that includes:
Andrew Boyce, ARB RIBA RIAS AABC is cathedral architect for St Magnus Cathedral and Hull Minster as well as over 150 churches. He joined Ferrey and Mennim in 1999 and now uses his specialist knowledge of buildings conservation to lead the team as Director.
Ian Hayton, BArch (Hons) DipArch MSc (Building Conservation) ARB RIBA (Cons. Reg) is an award winning architect with extensive experience in sustainable construction, conservation and in the education, SEN, residential and large-scale housing sectors. He is passionately committed to close consultation with clients and historic buildings.
In addition, Ferrey and Mennim are very ably assisted by our technical and office support staff.
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