Our work encompasses a range of scale and experience: from masterplans to houses, to pavilions to 40 sqm apartments. We execute our projects with the same ethos: to maximise the potential of space with volume and light.
Since establishing the practice, our approach to design has successfully obtained planning permissions for various complex and challenging locations, specifically green belt, conservation areas and flood zones 2-3.
The practice can deliver all stages of work from the RIBA 2016 Plan of Work. For more information on our services, fees and typical construction programme, please click here.
The practice has a textured modernist approach to design with a belief in the balance between the contemporary principles of space planning and a sympathetic approach to context through the selection of local materials and forms.
As Frank Lloyd once said: 'No house should ever be on a hill or on anything. It should be of the hill. Belonging to it. Hill and house should live together each the happier for the other.'
We don’t disconnect landscape from the architecture and aim to embed our buildings in their natural environment.
Client collaboration is essential to creating successful architecture. The majority of client’s will go through this process once, our job is to guide through the pitfalls and problem solve, finding solutions no matter the issue.
Architecture is an ongoing process which goes beyond completion.
All projects rely on the makers. Our collaborative approach aims to get the best of each trade. On site discussions and the refinement of construction details is essential to find the best possible solutions.
Where possible we try to source local materials and craftsmanship.