Nick Yarrow plus Part 1 graduates Katie Lucas and Matt Green

Nick Yarrow is an architect and Design Manager for Hampshire County Council. Over 35 years Hampshire County Council’s architects have established a national reputation for high quality public architecture.

Numerous awards speak for themselves, but we are particularly proud of our many plaudits from satisfied clients. The buildings are practical and resilient, undergoing rigorous technical reviews before construction. Their portfolio encompasses a wide variety of work in the public realm. Their leadership in design, particularly in the education sector, has been recognised with many local, regional and national awards.

They have received awards and recognition for a wide variety of work, including schools, children’s centres, sixth form and colleges, libraries, discovery centres, arts and cultural centres, civic headquarters, co-location public service projects, police and fire service buildings, extra-care housing, country parks, and museums, heritage buildings and their settings. The designs respond to the clients’ needs with intelligence to project brief and vision, context, affordability and sustainability. They exercise attention to detail in the delivery of all design solutions which shape around legible strategies and tangible design concepts. (HCC).

All Architecture course lecture Friday 6th May 2016 UH001