RICHARD RUDDICK ARCHITECTURE 
Architecture
Project Management
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
BIM (Building Information Modelling)
Planning
Urban Design
Masterplanning
Conservation and Heritage
Feasibility Studies
Lead Consultant
Principal Designer (CDM - 2015)
Contract Administration 

Founded in 2014, we use our considerable experience and expertise to consider everything from the architecture, interior design, landscaping, the wider context, and energy efficiency of the finished project.

Through constant dialogue and design development, we strive to produce architecture that is individually tailored to surpass the client’s aspirations; we are able to carefully balance designs with commercial and economic issues to ensure the constraints of time, cost can be met without compromising quality.

As Architects we dedicate our time to establishing a comprehensive brief and take a holistic approach to the design process and development in order to produce buildings with real architectural merit; all of which have our ethos at their heart:

To engage, innovate and surpass all expectations.

Our home is in the heart of the creative quarter of Newcastle upon Tyne, The Ouseburn Valley, known for its quirkiness, its bustling and flourishing creative networks, it provides the ideal place for an architectural practice.

 

Our talented studio team are encouraged to be themselves and express their individuality in their architecture. The team’s diversity creates a culture where everyone listens and learns from each other, ensuring knowledge and expertise is openly shared.

 

The team’s knowledge of many different types of architecture and cultural trends enables us to produce fully integrated design solutions that are progressive, uplifting in use, and effective to operate.

 

We carry out work throughout the UK and have extensive experience working on a range of projects, from bespoke residential commissions with build costs of £100,000+ to large scale educational, commercial, retail and leisure buildings in excess of £30 million.