Transforming the way clients search, find and hire architects - COMING EARLY 2017
Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Interior Design, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Public, Health, Regeneration
Self-Build, Sustainable Design, Historic Restoration, Passivhaus Design, Refurbishment, Masterplanning
2017 - Named in BUILD Magazine's Top 50 Architecture List
2016 - Awarded Construction Firm of the Year UK (Finance Monthly's Global Awards)
2016 - Awarded Best Contemporay Private Residential Architect
(BUILD Magazine's 2016 Architecture Awards)
2015 - Shortlisted in Barratts / Architect Journal Future Housing competition
2014 - Runners up in British Homes Awards Eco-house competition
- 2 Atherton Street
- M3 3GS
A contemporary single storey rear extension in the heart of Streatham, South London. With clean, crisp, simple lines the elegant space creates a new live/work open-plan environment for the client.
Contemporary single and double storey extension with remodelling works and open-plan interior.
The site for this bespoke new build house is located in Blackley, North Manchester and is on a private estate surrounded by trees, landscaping and a small lake. The brief given to Artform Achitects was to design a contemporary house across one level which responded to both the context and the topography of the site as well as incorporating sustainable technologies.
The site for this bespoke new build family home is located within the Green Belt in the suburbs of Bolton. Artform Architects were approached to develop a design and submit a planning application for a private client who had purchased the site with a view to re-development.
The Sunday Times British Homes Awards held an UK-wide competition for an aspirational waterside home designed to Passivhaus standards. Entries were encouraged to be visually arresting and offer a healthy environment for the occupants.
St. John's church is a grade II listed building built in 1883. The original features include a spectacular hammer beam timber roof and a sloping floor, as well as two large stained glass windows. Artform Architects were approached by a private client who wished to convert the church into a single residence.