Our designs are as varied as the people who live in them.
We believe that the most essential skill an architect can have is the ability to listen - taking the time to understand the needs and preferences of our clients is the first step in every successful project. Whether it's a small extension, or a complete new house, we bring the same level of care, professionalism, and attention to detail.
Woolgatherers - new-build eco home
The owners of this plot in the Cotswolds were keen to create a forever-home for their family, which reflected both their interests and their passion for sustainability.
Junction Road - neighbours working together
This double extension was a collaboration between two next-door neighbours. The carefully detailed structures work harmoniously together, while retaining a distinctive individuality.
Edenhall - a large self-build project
This large-scale project included everything from rebuild and extensive renovation works, to a green oak extension. The dilapidated period property now provides flexible living space for three generations living together.
Westover - contemporary single-storey extension
This high quality contemporary design has created a bright spacious kitchen and dining room, that makes the very most of its spectacular views over the historic city of Bath.
Sion Road - extension and house improvements
This 1950s home was transformed by a contemporary extension. The renovation works not only updated its looks, but dramatically improved its energy efficiency.
Arminger - light, airy, open-plan living
This single-storey orangery created a new sitting room and dining area. The contemporary lantern skylight makes it wonderfully bright, and full-width bi-fold doors connect it to the garden.
Devonshire Buildings - rear extension
This used to be a dark, narrow, box room. A simple extension allowed us to enlarge the space and provide expansive areas of glazing, transforming it into a bright kitchen/dining room
Blue Firs - home to a growing family
This family loved their house, but with the children getting larger, they were rapidly running out of space. The two storey extension provided an extra bedroom and bathroom, as well as a playroom, and opened up the ground floor into a spacious open-plan living area.