We understand what's important for your market and how to create the best design for your project.
Our long standing expertise means we can provide the best possible advice across a wide range of sectors, including: Residential Developments, Bespoke Residential Developments, Commercial, Specialist Care and Masterplanning to name a few. Take a look at some of our projects below...
Bespoke Residential Developments
"Our clients think that our positive attitude and our ability to listen,
is what sets us apart from the rest"
Practice directors Toby Coombes and John Everitt have both worked in the South West since 2000 and between them have over 40 years post RIBA professional qualifications experience in a broad range of sectors.
Today they are supported by a team of 7 architects and technicians and are one of Gloucestershire's leading RIBA Chartered Architectural Practices.
The practice is known for its wide range of projects from its bespoke contemporary homes, to period properties, large residential developments and commercial projects.
Working with BIM
In all sectors the use of BiM allows for more efficient methods of designing, delivering and maintaining buildings throughout their lifetime.
Because of these benefits, it is a project delivery management process well worth considering for all sizes and types of projects. The process is completely scalable to suit your requirements.
The majority of projects that have adopted BiM to date have been in sectors such as education, healthcare, retail and mixed use.
The benefits for you, the design team and contractors is the 3D modelling and the ability to review the designs as they develop in both aesthetic and buildability terms.
Maximising your assets
Following changes to the Class Q permitted development legislation last year, we’ve been helping farmers, landowners and rural businesses identify the opportunities in their buildings.
Ask an organisation whether it knows exactly what’s in its property assets – and if they’re getting maximum value from it, and the honest answer will probably be ‘no’. Even if the land or property managers know the square footage on their books, the chances are they will be rather more hazy on exactly what they’ve got where, particularly when it comes to small plots.
While the pandemic is far from over, it’s already clear that its impact when it comes to the use of existing office and shop space is going to be far-reaching and long term.