Architect moves studio to World Heritage Site

Inside the new studio
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Derby architect Morrison Design has moved its studio to Darley Abbey Mills in Derby.

Company directors Peter Newman-Earp, David Gardner and Nik Clarke said they wanted a studio to reflect the vision of the business – to “create and deliver mind-blowing spaces”.

Clarke said: “We collaborate on our projects here at Morrison Design and put our team at the heart of what we do. Therefore, when we started looking for a new local office we knew we had to find one with character, space and an innovative approach. Darley Abbey Mills has all of this and we’re really excited to move in.”

Darley Abbey Mills are a collection of historic mill buildings dating back to the late 1700s. The buildings have been restored to create workplaces.

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