We often collaborate with other architects on a variety of projects. On this occassion, we were asked by another architect to prepare a 3D model and images for a neighbouring plot at Gatcombe Farm where we have previously designed a dwelling for a client of our own.


Click here to read more about our design on Gatcombe Farm. Our project is currently live in construction and we will post updates on the build as it progresses.

Updated: Aug 17




We've recently completed sketch designs for a bungalow in Portishead which has been extended a number of times over a few decades. The site lacks any real masterplan with the dwelling consisting of a series of disconnected spaces. We've proposed a new first floor above the original bungalow footprint to create the heart of the home for the family to enjoy together and taking advantage of the views over the estuary to the north. The client is also eager to fill the south facing roof with solar panels to generate energy on site.






We are currently working on technical detailing of the building fabric for a new single storey extension to a previously converted threshing barn in North Devon. We have specified the use of woodfibre insulation across the walls and roof to create a high quality build that will improve the thermal performance of the building. The design also incorporates a zinc roof which has very good environmental credentials, is very robust long lasting, and its malleability lends itself well to shape of the roof.


Read more about this project from a previous blog post here.