Author Archives: Gabriella Snelling

Work Starts on Site at Rugby School’s Whitelaw Boarding House

Significant extension and alteration works have begun on the collection of Grade II Listed and historically significant buildings which form Whitelaw, a boarding house at Rugby School, one of the oldest independent schools in Britain. Dating back to the early 19th Century, Whitelaw House is one of Rugby School’s largest and first purpose built boarding […]

Bishop Cosin’s Library Reopens Following Significant Refurbishment

We were thrilled to attend the formal reopening of the Bishop Cosin’s Library at Palace Green.Located at Durham University, Bishop Cosin’s Library opened its doors once again on 16th February 2022 after the extensive two-year external and internal refurbishment. Originally built in 1669, Bishop Cosin’s Library is one of the earliest public libraries in the North […]

GSS secures place on University of Huddersfield Framework

We are delighted to announce that the Practice has secured a place on the University of Huddersfield’s Professional Services Consultancy Framework. GSS are one of only four architectural practices appointed to the framework which will run for four years, allowing them to provide architectural services for a variety of schemes including the general refurbishment of […]

GSSArchitecture Shortlisted for Investors in People Employer of the Year Award!

GSSArchitecture has made the final shortlist for UK Employer of the Year: Gold in The Investors in People Awards 2021. In a record-breaking year for entries, with nearly three hundred organisations involved, this is an outstanding achievement and one that everyone at GSS is proud of. The Investors in People Awards celebrate the very best […]

Work Begins on Significant Expansion of Hanslope Primary School

Construction Ground Breaking

  Following a ground-breaking ceremony on the 1st of July, we are delighted to share that work has begun on the expansion of Hanslope Primary School. Working alongside Main Contractor, R G Carter, on this exciting project, GSS are providing Architectural services in order to significantly increase the capacity of the school, taking the number […]

Centre for Sport Sciences, Nutrition and Psychology Completes!

We are delighted to announce that the Dame Margaret Barbour Building at Newcastle University has now been completed, following handover on the 18th December. The teaching and learning building is an important addition to the University’s campus and houses a range of cutting edge facilities in support of various academic programmes. Seminar rooms and lecture […]

Midlands Office Celebrates Framework Success

GSSArchitecture are delighted to announce the recent appointment of their Midlands office on the University of Leicester’s Estates Design and Consultancy Framework, Lot 1 – Architect, including Lead Designer. GSSArchitecture are one of four Architects to have secured a place on Lot 1. Senior Partner at GSSArchitecture, Tom Lyons, said of the appointment, “It’s great […]

GSS at the forefront of Learning Environment Research

A4LE Westminster Issue

Following last year’s successful A4LE conference held at The University of Westminster, GSSArchitecture are delighted to announce that our Senior Partner, Tom Lyons, will be returning to this year’s conference which will be taking place in late summer. As a Lead Member of the A4LE – Association for Learning Environments, Tom has been heavily involved […]

Harrogate Studio Virtually Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Despite our team currently working from home due to social distancing measures, last week we managed to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of our Harrogate Studio, reuniting virtually to toast to what the team have achieved in this time. Based in Tower Studio, Hornbeam Park, the team has grown significantly over the past decade, working for […]

Bradwell Abbey’s Historic Discovery

Yesterday was an exciting day at Bradwell Abbey in Milton Keynes, following the official unveiling of a medieval stone carving which has been discovered within the west gable of the farmhouse during conservation works, for which GSSArchitecture are working as Architects. The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Sam Crooks, officially unveiled the artefact alongside Cabinet Member […]