“They need to give us the land”

News, Events
Last week saw the launch of Protohome down in the Ouseburn Valley in Byker. A research project by the artist Julia Hesslop, the project has developed a participatory social housing model through live self-build project down in the Ouseburn. Julia has developed the project with Crisis and Tyne Housing...

Hatton Gallery Commission

News, Press
HarperPerry are excited to announce that we have been selected from a competitive bid to partner with the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle to deliver a new installation in collaboration with a selected artist. The Hatton Gallery has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England to develop...

Stage 1 – Newcastle University

Last week, James completed teaching a row housing project with Stage 1 students at the School of Architecture at Newcastle University. Working with the photographer Tara Stewart, they developed a brief for a family house and studio in responce to the requirements of Tara, her work as a photographer...

Street Clutter

Street clutter
Oh are you enjoying the view down the high street?! Not anymore. pic.twitter.com/rCk1HebvPw — James Perry (@perry_jims) April 15, 2016...

Thoughts on LILAC

Last month we joined a team of volunteer residents and twenty or so interested people from across the UK to talk about financial models in housing. Perhaps not everyone’s idea of fun weekend, but we had a blast.  This was at LILAC (Low Impact Living and Affordable Community), a...

The Envelope Show – Newcastle

Harper Perry have been invloved in the envelope show, a project run by Northern Architecture to support a regional initiative called drawing? which examines and celebrates drawing across the disciplines of art, design, science, technology and engineering. You can read more about the project at Drawing NE which is...

Something Concrete + Modern Talk – 17th March 2016

James will be speaking later this month as part of an evening talk bringing to life the significance of the North East regions Post-War modernism, exploring the importance of the people, politics and buildings (built and unbuilt) that define the region. The talk will cover formation and development of...