Further expansion for CODA Bespoke with three new faces joining team
AWARD winning and nationally acclaimed Sheffield architectural design company CODA Bespoke is celebrating a year that saw it double in size with the appointment of three new team members.
CODA Bespoke, part of the Sheffield-based CODA Studios family, specialises in luxurious extensions, renovations and new homes.
One of its most acclaimed recent projects, built on the site of a 200-year-old corn mill in the north Sheffield community of Oughtibridge, featured on Channel 4 hit Grand Designs and was subsequently named Residential Development of the Year at the prestigious Northern Design Awards 2018.
With a host of new projects in the pipeline, the company has now appointed two new additions to the team - Dan Cole, Kirsty Williams and Amy Hirst.
“The past 12 months has been a period of incredible growth for us, with our appearance on Grand Designs bringing our outstanding levels of design and innovation to a national audience,” said CODA Bespoke director Abel Hinchliffe.
“That and the recent wins at the NDA and RICS awards have prompted a period of unprecedented growth and we are delighted that Dan, Kirsty and Amy have joined us at this hugely important time.”
With offices in Sheffield and Manchester, CODA Studios in a multi award-winning multidisciplinary practice, working nationally and internationally to bring the highest standard of design to every job.
The company’s service covers everything from simple home extensions to large-scale commercial, public sector and regeneration projects.
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