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people enjoy using. Our approach
is collaborative, enthusiastic and
consistent - design individuality
that is achieved by an ability to
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Unsere Passion ist das Entwerfen von Gebäuden und Räumen, in denen sich Menschen wohlfühlen. Unsere Haltung ist gemeinschaftlich, enthusiastisch und anspruchsvoll. Unsere Ergebnisse sind getragen von der Fähigkeit des Zuhörens und der Umsetzung der Anforderungen und Wünsche des Bauherrn.
Nestled between the dunes and marina of Pwllheli cutting a striking new form, the design for the new Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre is a very different concept in community sport and events provision.
The £8m building commissioned by Gwynedd Council is co-funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and will be the Welsh National Venue for Performance Sailing for Wales.
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Joined EllisWilliams in: 1994
Qualifications: BArch (Hons) DipArch (Dis) RIBA, ARB
Dominic has designed projects such as the Welsh National Sailing Centre and Events Centre, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Q3 Design Academy and a 50,000sqm mixed use project in Georgia for Rezid holdings. He worked previously at SOM on commercial and master-planning schemes in Berlin and Amsterdam.
Dominic has over 23 years chartered experience and his sector range also includes arts, leisure, education and historic buildings. His projects often involve the need for intense public consultation often with cross over between public and private use. He has a long held interest in cultural spaces and recent work in that field includes Warwick University arts centre, Chester Renew and the Mostyn gallery which acheived both RIBA and Civic Trust awards. Dominic is currently working with Hounslow Council on their new Civic Centre and also completing a new EFA University Technical College in Warrington.
He has lectured throughout the UK, has been an external examiner at several universities, is a RIBA Client Design Advisor and has acted as a judge for the RIBA Awards Panel. He was awarded the gold medal for architecture Wales and he has also contributed work to numerous publications including the recent Taschen' Architecture Museums Now!' publication.
Joined EWA in: 1998
Qualifications: BA(Hons) BArch ARB
Louise joined EllisWilliams Architects after studying at the University of Liverpool and was promoted to Associate in 2007. She has developed her skills working on new build and remodelling projects of varying values, sizes and procurement types within the arts, residential, education and leisure sectors, successfully delivering projects such as Q3 Academy, Darlington College, Mid-Cheshire College and The Palace Theatre. She has been involved in extensive research into the design, development, funding and procurement of schools and colleges and was Technical Advisor to Stockton-on-Tees BSF bid.
As a member of the Sport England Lottery Monitoring team, she developed an extensive knowledge of sports design and construction, one of many fields of interest, which has overlapped into her current project work including The Welsh National Sailing Academy + Events Centre.
Louise is a member of the EWA Marketing and Business Development Group and has assisted in the design and development of our new website.
Joined EWA in: 2006
Qualifications: BA (Hons) BArch ARB
Since qualifying from the University Of Liverpool School Of Architecture in 1997, Mark has worked with practices in York, Liverpool, London and Bern, Switzerland, before joining EllisWilliams Architects in 2006
His experience has been in arts, education, residential and leisure projects, most successfully shown to date at Mostyn Gallery, which received much recognition including an RIBA Award & the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Gold Medal for Architecture.
Mark works well with clients and contractors and enjoys the role of leading design teams. He has gained experience in successfully leading projects with remote design teams working in Berlin and Cape Town, South Africa, as well as the UK, overseeing works in detail on site to achieve high quality buildings.
Originally trained as an architectural technician, Mark has developed a keen eye for finished detail, now with a particular interest in arts projects, where he has successfully worked collaboratively with the artists Jacqui Poncelet & Lois Williams.
Mark is most recently focused on the Welsh National Sailing Academy & Events Centre.
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