Thursday, 24 April 2014

We're recruiting again!

Today's xsite is Anna...

We are currently looking to recruit Architects, Architectural Assistants and Architectural Technologists for our Newcastle studio.

We have an excellent crop of work in prospect and we will need good, self motivated experience with sound technical skills, good organisation and a healthy dash of creative flair. 

Please email your CV to Tim Bailey explaining both what you can offer us and what we can offer you. There isn't a closing date so the sooner you contact us the better as we are looking for the right people to start as soon as possible.

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Great North Passion

Today's xsite is Anna...

A few shots of the containers in place in the sunshine!

Thursday, 10 April 2014

BBC Great North Passion takes shape

Today's xsite is Robin...

xsite have recently been involved as the Site Engineer for the setting out, levelling and installation of 64no shipping containers, arranged to form a giant (122m long) cruciform shaped outdoor concert for the BBC's Great North Passion. The event, due to take place on Good Friday, will play host to 7,000 people, with a 1,000 strong choir and a cornucopia of outreach art projects, mini stages and surrounding activities!

Friday, 4 April 2014

DATbar Newcastle

Today's xsite is Adrian...

Launched last month DATBAR is the latest in a series of projects xsite have completed for the De Giorgi family stretching back more than 10 years now and including some of the best loved venues in Newcastle. A craft beer / pizza / burger joint sat in the ground floor of the grade 1 listed Theatre Royal building, the interior is a collaboration with the super talented boys at Dirty Hands co . Formerly Pasqualinos restaurant, the fit out set about providing a physical separation from the Theatre itself and a strong new identity focused on the food and beer and driven by Dirty Hands’ signature graphic work and illustration applied to a Vintage Industrial backdrop. Go get a beer, share a burger and take a look.      

Work starts at the Tyneside Cinema

Today's xsite is Anna...

Work has begun at the Tyneside Cinema on a new project to create an intimate 40-seater digital video art gallery and cinema, as well as a vibrant new bar café that fronts onto Pilgrim Street. The new bar will incorporate an area for customers to enjoy a drink and food in cabaret-style seating while watching films.

The bar currently on the third floor will no longer be needed, leaving room for a multi-function space that will be used to host film and video gallery installation pieces during the day, while offering a fourth screen at night.

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