The Kent coastal town of Deal is home to a kaleidoscope of people and occupations - musicians, writers, actors, comedians, painters, film-makers and broadcasters - to name but a few. Landmark centre is the community heart. Its twin spires dominate the skyline. The deconsecrated Victorian church and Edwardian extension was saved from demolition by the community - which appointed TRA to work with them in developing and delivering a new vision for Landmark.
Today it provides opportunities for management training, family history research, IT, visual arts, crafts, photography and film-making. It is a venue for regional conferences, exhibitions and concerts, and is home for BBC local radio and the town's tourism office. Spires café serves a delicious menu. The building interlocks with the town, creating characterful townscape.