Mark Hoare

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"Mark Hoare specialises in alterations and repairs to historic buildings and in the design of new buildings in historic contexts or other particularly sensitive settings. Wherever possible he endeavours to use ecological and low-carbon design solutions which evolve local building traditions and enhance local identity. The marriage of natural local materials with appropriate new technology and materials is a key element of this in his new work as well as ‘conservation’. Mark joined ADAM Architecture in 2008 and became an Associate Director in May 2009.

"Prior to joining ADAM Architecture, Mark was involved in the design of new buildings in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, listed landscapes and a World Heritage Site. A former Lethaby scholar of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, he's a Trustee of the Prince's Foundation and a member of the National Trust’s advisory Architecture Panel. From 2005 to 2008 he worked on Climate Change related issues across the built and natural environment as the Soil Association’s Design and Development Adviser. "[1]

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  1. Prince's Foundation for Building Community Trustees, organizational web page, accessed March 30, 2012.