Our main priority is giving you the home you want, whether you are looking for ideas and inspiration, or you know exactly what you want and need the technical support to realise it.
Architecture is aspirational, so we don’t believe in limiting ourselves to a particular size or style of project – we want to add value to your life through design, whether that value is financial, or having a home as opposed to a house.
Our Architecture services
- Bespoke home design – Case Study: this Georgian style house in Hampshire
- Home extensions and alterations – Case Study: this open-plan extension in Wiltshire
- Works to Listed Buildings – Case Study: this derelict transformation in Berkshire
- Conversion of existing structures – Case Study: this contemporary barn conversion in Wiltshire
- Interior Design – Case Study: this Manor House restoration in Oxfordshire
We can also help you secure Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for your home through our in-house team of Chartered Town Planners.
RIBA Conservation Register
The RIBA Conservation Register enables those looking to commission work on historic buildings to find architects with the specific skills and experience they require, encompassing all aspects of historic building conservation, repair and maintenance.
We are proud to have a Conservation Registrant included in the RIBA Conservation Register as a demonstration of our Architects’ knowledge and experience with historic buildings.
Only architectural practices that meet a strict eligibility criteria can register as a RIBA Chartered Practice.
All RIBA accredited Chartered Practices:
- Employ a required number of individual RIBA Chartered Architects.
- Have appropriate Professional Indemnity Insurance.
- Have an effective Quality Management system.
- Have comprehensive Health and Safety and Environmental policies in place.
- Are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with a Code of Practice in a manor appropriate to their status.
They are committed to excellence in design and customer service. That’s why the RIBA only promotes accredited Chartered Practices to clients.