Our passion for design is directed by an ongoing curiosity for what people do and how space affects these activities.
Kiosk is a RIBA Chartered architecture practice based in Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead. We generate contemporary design concepts and ideas embedded into a wider urban, historic and social setting.
We want to contribute to positive change for our clients, the people who use our designs and buildings and the communities they belong to.
We specialise in education, culture, heritage and residential projects. We built links with arts and cultural organisations and used our expertise in schools to improve learning environments and school buildings. We have experience in bringing historic and listed buildings into new use through contemporary design and interventions. We have completed a range of houses and house extension and understand the personal nature of this type of work.
2013 Shortlisted for the RICS North East Awards
2015 Highly commended at the National Churches Presidents' Award
Architectural feasibility studies
Building Surveys / Existing Drawings
Concept Design and Options
Planning, Scheduled Monument and Listed Building Consent applications
3D Design / modelling
Design Development including co-ordination and integration of design services by others
Kiosk is headed by Christoph Oschatz, Architect RIBA, MSc. Originally from Germany, Christoph has been living and working in the North East since 2000. In addition to his work at Kiosk he is teaching at Newcastle University and is a member of Tyne & Wear Heritage Forum.
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