The £28m Oastler Building is Huddersfield’s latest landmark structure. The new home for Huddersfield University’s Law School and the School of Music, Humanities and Media was opened by HRH The Duke of York on 24th April 2017.
Johnsons Wellfield supplied Crosland Hill Natural Hard Yorkstone to The Old Rectory, a large three acre country garden in Northamptonshire designed by Anoushka Feiler of Bestique Garden & Landscape Design. In keeping with the property’s history and its religious setting, the objective was to create an 18th Century ‘perfect’ garden.
The Creative Arts building at Huddersfield University is a purpose built, state of the art structure providing a focus for Music, Art, Graphic Design and Architecture. The building has a spacious, glass enclosed, four story atrium which is used for concerts, displays of student work and as a meeting place.
Tudor Square is at the cultural and visitor heart of Sheffield, hosting the nationally renowned theatres, galleries, the Central Library and Winter Gardens, as well as events such as the famous World Snooker Championships.
When Kim Wilkie Associates were offered the prestigious commission to re-design the new John Madejski Garden in the courtyard of the Victoria & Albert Museum, they specified Crosland Hill Hard Yorkstone as the hard landscaping material.