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Above: Atoll worked with Gillespies and Arup on Bradford City Park completed in 2011 and which has since won a number of regeneration awards in 2012 - see Youtube film on City Park here.

Above: Artist Noah Rose and Atoll were awarded the Creative Lancashire 2009 CreativityWorks Award for the best Solution to a Creative Space on their joint-curated public art project Hiddenplace for Burnley Borough Council.

Detailed information on the project, as well as the 7 local artists commissioned for it, can be viewed on both the Hiddenplace
website and separate blog.

Above: As Public Art & Architecture Officer for Arts Council England NW was voted by readers of ProspectNW architectural magazine into the 'Power 100' in April 2004 - a list of the 100 influential people working in the NW built environment sector. As an independent practitioner in 2005, was again included in the 'Power 100' list - this time compiled for the 'Northern Way' pan-region.

Above: As Public Art & Architecture Officer for Arts Council England NW, published article in Creative Solutions book on arts and regeneration: 2001

Above: As Public Art & Architecture Officer for Arts Council England NW, created concept and vision for www.publicartnorthwest.org.uk book and website: 2003

Above: First Class Honours Degree scheme for an ‘Environmental Retreat’ in Anglesey featured in the  ‘Crown Paints Awards’: National Travelling Exhibition: 1985.

Above: Diploma scheme for ‘Pomona Hippodrome’ an Educational Campus was featured in the ‘New Voices in the City: Art & Urban Environment’ exhibition at Manchester Town Hall: 1993.

Organic design for canopy in Northern Quarter, Manchester, was fabricated by artists and featured in Manchester CC’s ‘Planning and Environmental Health Handbook’ 1998.

Above: Commissioned design for a ‘Sustainable Tourist Resort’ on the Indian Lakshadweep islands featured in the Manchester Society of Architects Design Awards: 1993.

Above: Photos of ‘Lammasfield’, a £450,000 Cheshire house extension and swimming pool - designed and run on site in conjunction with architects Pozzoni Design Group www.pozzoni-group.co.uk - was illustrated in ‘The Right Angle: Exterior and Interior Design’ magazine: 1999.