Transforming the way clients search, find and hire architects - COMING EARLY 2017
Project SectorResidential, Interior Design, Sports & Leisure, Public, Education, Other, Regeneration
Self-Build, Thermal Retrofit, Sustainable Design, Passivhaus Design, Refurbishment
Ian Walker | Director
Adam Dennes | Director
RIBAJ MacEwen Awards 2016 - Shortlisted | The Lantern Craft Workshops
Homebuilding and Renovating - Readers' Choice 2015 | Laurel House
Homebuilding and Renovating - Best Extension / Remodel 2015 | Laurel House
Civic Trust Awards - Regional Finalist 2016 | The Lantern Craft Workshops
The Brick Awards - Judges’ Commendation 2015 | The Lantern Craft Workshops
LABC Building Excellence Awards - Highly Commended | Lansdown Cottage
LABC Building Excellence Awards - Winner | Beacon Edge
RIBA South West Regional Award - Winner 2015 | The Lantern Craft Workshops
Homebuilding and Renovating Awards - Highly Commended | Priors Dean
RIBA South West Regional Awards - Winner 2013 | Beacon Edge
LABC Building Excellence Awards - Highly Commended | The Cedars
RIBA Town and Country Award | Belcombe Lodge
RIBA Town and Country Award | White House
Attika Workspace, Bath Brewery
- Toll Bridge Road
- BA1 7DE
A unique family home, using a strong relationship with the client to push the brief and make the most of a sloping site with spectacular views.
A traditional cottage in an area of outstanding natural beauty doubled in size by a contemporary extension - an award-winning addition giving a highly tailored home for a young family.
CaSA Architects has achieved NPPF 55 status, for the development of an innovative and high quality family home in a listed parkland.
A texturally rich and user-focused Weavery and Seasonal Crafts Workshop designed to enable the continuation and expansion of the good work done by the Lantern Community.
The RIBA Award winning Lantern Pottery provides an environmental and user-friendly pottery and craft studio, bringing comfort and dignity to the work carried out within.
A hugely ambitious, contemporary family home that met the challenging planning constraints without compromise, while providing a tailor-made solution for the clients' young family, including facilities specifically designed for the long-term special needs of one of their children.
This extended and reorganised Wiltshire barn relied on maximizing the limited space to provide dynamic and flexible spaces to suit the varied needs of a young family.
This conversion of an old barn negotiated unsympathetic earlier interventions and difficult planning constraints to deliver a contemporary, light-filled kitchen and dining extension within a disused cow byre.