Mark Barlow

A multi award winning architect and urban designer with 20+ years experience post qualification, Mark is responsible for the design direction of the practice as the Managing Director having co-founded Logic architecture with his fellow director Patrick Barrett

A former equity partner at the Teesside practice DKS Architects and a director of DKS Interiors, Mark co-founded Logic architecture in 2014 working predominantly in the commercial, housing and education sectors. Mark’s unique logical design approach ensures clients achieve the very best Return On their Investment and Added Value, whether it be financial, social or aesthetic.

With excellent design and stakeholder consultation skills Marks work has received recognition through various competition and award winning accolades such as with RICS, LA design awards and a North East ‘architect under 40’ design competition.

Mark is also a panel member of Design North East – a design review & Enabling Service and a former chairman and representative of the RIBA Teesside region.

When he’s not burning the midnight oil Mark relaxes by spending time with his wife and two daughters or messing about with cars or bicycles.

The Logic

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Boho 10 Masterplan

Commissioned by Middlesbrough Council & the Tees Valley Combined Authority Logic prepared a site wide masterplan for the regeneration of the digital quarter of Middlesbrough affectionately known as the ‘Boho zone.’ Totalling a potential investment opportunity of £250M the masterplan identified opportunities for commercial, residential, leisure, retail & education use.

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Boho 10 Tower

Working directly for the Mayor of Middlesbrough, Logic were commissioned to redesign our original concept for Boho 10 and take it ‘to another level’ to better reflect the aspirations of the towns growth.

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Boho 8

Following a design based tender Logic were commissioned to prepare conceptual proposals for the next building in the digital quarter of middlesbrough town centre, affectionately known as the ‘Boho zone.’

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