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Modus Architects adapt leftover space in the historic Isle of Man to create a lush internal courtyard cafe demonstrating what can be achieved through architectural design on the myriad of ‘left-over’ spaces in towns and cities.
Modus were selected from a shortlist of five leading Isle of Man architectural practices to design a new build project which will provide new entrance and staff facilities, as well as public amenities for the historic site of the Great Laxey Wheel, also known as Lady Isabella.
The construction of the new horse tram depot redevelopment in the Isle of Man designed by Modus Architects has been officially started today. Strathallan Horse Tram Depot design aims to replicate 1902 original
Plans for a new visitor centre in Castletown moves forward with consultant selection. The Modus Architects team will draw upon its experience to design a museum building that will house the fully restored Peggy.
‘The proposed replacement building is intended to ensure the service continues well into the future by providing modern, fit-for-purpose facilities. It also provides the opportunity to construct a new building that will look almost identical to the depot that was built in 1902 and that clearly relates closely to the historic context of the area.’