Residential

18th January 2018

The History of Bricks, Part 1

Give me a brick and it becomes worth its weight in gold.   We’ve never actually promised any of our clients...

29th December 2017

Projects on the listed list

Over the years, we’ve been engaged to modify many listed buildings. We consider it a privilege, not to mention a...

28th November 2017

The mixed blessing of listed buildings

What a great privilege and joy it is to own a listed property, an architectural treasure, with its own fascinating story...

29th September 2017

Here’s one we made earlier…

…and guaranteed free of sticky-back plastic and empty washing-up liquid bottles in its construction.   We love to show you our...

22nd August 2017

Flying high

We like to keep up with technological innovations, and using a drone to record the substantial alterations we made to...

31st May 2017

Two in Two

Any planning permission can feel like a bit of a triumph.  It’s a great stage to reach.  It conveys permission for a...

25th March 2017

Butterfly Roof

One of the joys of being architects is to work closely with our clients to create beautiful places to live. On...

18th January 2017

Shed and buried.

Shed and buried?  A reference to the previous shed on the site, and the new sunken wine cellar in the garden...

28th October 2016

Little Metal Tardis

Why a Tardis?  Because from the outside, it looks quite a lot smaller than it really is.  But that was thanks...

12th September 2016

Smallest. Extension. Ever.

Small, but perfectly formed. Here’s something a little different.  Adding only 3sq.m of additional space, the first floor extension to this...

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