Cooper’s Studios was originally a horse and carriage repository and this three storey Grade II listed building has been restored and converted by Ryder Architecture into light and airy creative offices. This involved retaining and restoring key features, producing an attractive building environment to flexibly meet business needs whilst preserving the building’s history and character.
Cooper’s retains its original internal configuration, which includes ramps to allow horses to walk up to first and second floor stalls; a central atrium, formerly the auction parade area; a first floor ladies’ viewing gallery; and an open plan top floor.
The building is one of twenty exemplar case studies in English Heritage’s Constructive Conservation in Practice publication and is now Ryder’s headquarters.
Saturday 8 October, 11:00 – FULLY BOOKED
Wednesday 12 October, 16:00 – FULLY BOOKED
Cooper’s Studios, 14-18 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3NN
FREE (booking required) – click here to book online.