Maber, the Midlands-based Architectural practice has announced that they will be celebrating their tenth anniversary with a VIP tour of one of their latest projects. Architects practice will be giving a tour of the restoration and refurbishment work that has been worked on by the company at the Great Hall of Leicester Castle. This VIP tour will celebrate the latest work of Maber’s Leicester office, which has been open for ten years.
The Architectural firm has roots that extend back over 30 years. The company employs 70 people across a number of offices in the Midlands and London. Since the Leicester office was first opened in 2007, it has managed to expand, and now employs ten people in the city. The Leicester office of Maber has been responsible for the design of some of Leicester’s best known buildings as and architectural work.
One of the Directors of Maber, Ian Harris, is the head of the Leicester office and is proud of the success that has been achieved by the branch over the course of the last ten years. The hard work that has led to this milestone, and the work and reputation that has been developed has been attributed to the long-term relationships that have been formed with their clients as well as the amazing talent shown by the team working at the practice.
The Guests at Maber’s anniversary celebrations will have the opportunity to take a tour of the newly-refurbished Great Hall, which is thought to be the largest medieval hall of its kind in Europe. The space has been converted into a new Business School to be used by De Montfort University and utilised many different skills from Maber’s team, including architecture, interior design, landscape design and conservation.
As well as having the opportunity to tour the Great Hall, the birthday celebrations will have the chance to experience some of the latest technology used by Maber, including Virtual reality, 3D design and 3D printing.