Front elevation drawing

Sketch I Design for - Cockleshell Flower

Front Elevation

Sketch II Design for - Cockleshell Flower

 

 

 

Lounge

Sketch III Design for - Cockleshell Flower.

Plans at deck levels

Sketch IV Design for - Cockleshell Flower..

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I have spent almost 40 years in architecture, achieving my Diploma in Architecture in 1983 after studying first at Leeds and then at Hull, and an ONC Building in 1974 at Blackburn. I first started my own practice in 1992 in London under the name Philip Rock Associates, spent 6 years from 2000 to 2006 in Dallas, Texas, and then returned to England and have resumed with my own practice in London and the North of England under the name Philip Rock Chartered Architects.

During my career in architecture I have worked on and carried out a large amount of residential work, including new build, renovations, alterations, and refurbishment, and also new build and refurbishment in the commercial sector on shops, offices, hotels, and financial dealing floors. All of the above include conservation work, the most notable of which are: Low Moor General Development Area, Low Moor, Clitheroe, with the Building Design Partnership in 1973; design for the redevelopment of the old library site in Esher, Surrey, for the Saillard Fuller Partnership in 1984; The Peabody Building, Wigmore Street, London W1, with the Halpern Partnership in 1985; Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square, London W1 with The Sidell Gibson Partnership in 1986; Clarendon Cottage, Enfield, Middlesex, in 1993 and a design for Cockley Moor, Dockray, Cumbria, in 1998 under 'Philip Rock and Associates'; and Cockley Moor Cottage, Dockray, Cumbria, under 'Philip Rock Chartered Architect' in 2009.