A HEXHAM-based architect will feature on a BBC2 television series tonight (Tuesday).

Lynsey Elliot, co-director of Elliott Architects based at Battle Hill in Hexham, will feature on the next episode of Your Home Made Perfect with presenter Angela Scanlon. 

Each episode of the show follows a different family hoping to redesign their home, paired with different architects who compete against each other to win the design contract. 

Hexham Courant: Hexham based architect Lynsey ElliottHexham based architect Lynsey Elliott (Image: Supplied)

The episode will feature actor Jill Halfpenny and her 13-year-old son Harvey, as they transition to a new life and home in the Northeast.

Architects Will Foster and Lynsey will take on the show's first-ever flat and try to design it with the family's wishes in mind.

Hexham Courant: The Claremont buildings in Newcastle which have become the Farrell CentreThe Claremont buildings in Newcastle which have become the Farrell Centre (Image: Supplied)

The episode will air on BBC2 at 8pm on Tuesday, July 4.

Elliott Architects completed the Farrell Centre Urban Room for Newcastle University, which is a new cultural facility designed for debating the future of architecture and planning.

Hexham Courant: Hushh House by Elliott ArchitectsHushh House by Elliott Architects (Image: Supplied)

Elliott Architects described it as a 'high-profile and groundbreaking facility', transforming the historic Grade II listed Claremont Buildings on the edge of the Newcastle University campus into the new space.

The business also recently celebrated winning a National RIBA Award for a house in Yorkshire known as Hushh House, which is one of only two projects to do so in the north, with the other project being a community building in Manchester.

For more than 50 years, the RIBA Awards have championed and celebrated the best architecture in the UK and worldwide.

Hexham Courant: Elliott Architects design which won the RIBA Conservation AwardElliott Architects design which won the RIBA Conservation Award (Image: Supplied)

The RIBA Journal described Hushh House: "An unassuming, modest approach leads to a sophisticated building of surprising scale and complexity. A series of interlinked composed spaces that are separated by small courtyards make for a very bespoke home. The building sits in the former grounds of an existing larger property and develops the previous walled tennis court.

"The clients’ overriding concern was how light would be introduced into a building that would be surrounded by existing walls, hedges, and steeply banked woodland. However, architects Lynsey and Ben Elliott responded with clever design. The house is concealed from the view of neighbours and the public and is playful, yet quiet."