We have a broad range of commercial, public and domestic clients and consequently have experience in a variety of different building types. Examples of some recent projects are illustrated below.

Domestic New Build

We have completed the architectural design for a substantial Thames frontage family home in Oxfordshire.

  • Preston Crowmarsh

    The client's brief was to provide a modern replacement house on a site adjacent to the River Thames which would make better use of the site and accommodate their particular needs.

  • Jacksons Farm

    Anne was design and project architect for this development with Compton Lacey Architects. The development consisted of a new build house, built around a courtyard with views over the Chilterns.


Commercial Development

We have experience of residential accommodation projects, including small housing developments, new build apartments and remodelling existing buildings for multiple occupation.

  • Summerfield Rise

    The proposal was to refurbish an existing bungalow with an extension and loft conversion, and to build a pair of semi-detached dwellings in the large garden at this corner plot location.


Public & Community Projects

We recently worked with a local community association to redevelop their facilities and make provision for the disabled.

  • Loddon Hall

    We put together a detailed proposal for redeveloping the toilet facilities for the local community halls in order to incorporate disabled amenities and update the current toilets to better serve the hall users.


Domestic Extension & Remodelling

  • Carlile Gardens

    The client had a series of separate rooms, kitchen, dining, utility and shower room, but nowhere in the house gave the large flexible space needed to accommodate regular meals with their children and growing families.

  • London Road

    The house was a detached Victorian house which was in need of much refurbishment.

  • Heron Drive

    The client wanted to extend the house to better suit the needs of the family, to create eating space in the kitchen, a utility and extra bedroom space at first floor.

  • Shinfield Road

    The client wished to significantly increase the size of his house to suit his growing family’s needs but contrary to local planning guidance.

  • Hill View

    Hill View was a collection of domestic buildings in the middle of the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by open farmlamd and woodland.

  • Wargrave Road

    The house is a tall, three storey detached house that was very narrow. We enlarged the space at ground floor by extending to the side giving a larger sitting room and dining area.


Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas

We have experience of working on older properties, including Listed Buildings and within Conservation Areas. We provide a sympathetic response to the specific nature of the building, incorporating the views of the Conservation Officer and requirements of the client.

  • White Cottage

    White Cottage is a tiny listed cottage which we almost doubled in size by removing an existing 1960s flat roofed extension, and adding a new pitched roof wing to the rear of the property.

  • Crockmore Farm

    Anne worked on this scheme as a design and project architect with Compton Lacey Architects. The scheme consisted of the refurbishment of a listed cottage, with a new build oak-framed extension linking to a converted barn around a farmyard setting.


Educational & Church Projects

We have recently been involved in developing ideas for a replacement pre-school building and refurbishment and extension requirements for a church. We have also assisted in alterations required for repair, maintenance and upgrading of disabled access arrangements for churches.

  • Happy Hours Preschool

    This project is to consider the feasibility of the replacement of their existing prefabricated unit with new purpose built accommodation. The site is within the grounds of an infant school and special attention was given to the relationship of their space to that of the school.

  • Kentwood Methodist Church

    The existing timber framed and clad church building was to be extended to connect to the church hall, which had been a temporary building when originally built during the Second World War.

  • Polehampton Infant School

    The school's administration area was cramped and overflowing into valuable teaching areas, so a small extension was added, which gave the additional space required, but also incorporated a disabled wc, and a much more visible main entrance to the school.