The home is the most intimate connection that anyone has with the built environment and we design first and foremost for people. That means creating environments which will in an intuitive way, enhance the way we live. Our aim is to make places where people will want to stay, and bring qualities of light and space into everyday lives.
Other important objectives are low environmental impact, low maintenance, and buildings designed to be flexible enough to accommodate peoples’ changing needs. With rising fuel costs and the expenditure of moving to a new accommodation, improving existing property through upgrading the current fabric or extending and adapting the building to provide better space is an exciting challenge.
We all look at our homes and wonder how we can improve our living environment. Some clients want to build using cutting edge technologies, others prefer traditional construction methods. Whether the original building is two hundred or twenty years old, we aim to design solutions that will perform well for its current and future users. This can often be a case of altering or reconfiguring the existing spaces to work more effectively.
Contemporary design can mean an extension to a listed building using traditional materials and building techniques or a modern glass structure that brings your garden into your home. The beauty of older buildings is often the history that is
carved into them. We are not here to sweep that away, but to add the stamp of our own time. As designers we understand and listen to our clients so it is their ideas linked with our inspiration that helps create the individual style that suits your project.
We never underestimate the value of good design and firmly believe this is the key to a successful project.