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Project SectorResidential, Commercial, Retail & Regeneration, Public
Self-Build, Sustainable Design
Christopher Mackenzie RIBA ARB (Director)
Spencer Back RIBA ARB (Director)
Carol-anne Walker (Associate Director)
Alex Sykes RIBA ARB (Associate)
AJ Retrofit Awards 2014 - Shortlisted (Hardy House)
Blue Ribbon Awards 2014 - Shortlisted (Innox Lodge)
B&NES LABC Awards 2013 - Design Quality Winner (Sydney Buildings)
RIBA Awards 2013 - Shortlisted (Innox Lodge)
AJ Retrofit Awards 2013 - Finalist (Calderwood)
Brick Awards 2012 - Winner of Best Commercial Building Category (Science Centre - Formaldehyde Building)
Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding & Renovating Awards 2012- Shortlisted (Cedar House)
B&NES Design Quality Awards 2011- Winner in Domestic Extension Category (Calderwood)
RIBA Town & Country Awards 2011- Runner-up in Small Projects Category (The Fosse)
Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding & Renovating Awards 2011- Shortlisted (The Fosse)
RIBA Awards 2011 - Shortlisted (Twinneys)
B&NES Design Quality Awards 2011- Highly Commended (Twinneys)
RIBA Awards 2011 - Shortlisted (Hill Farm Dairy)
RIBA Town & Country Awards 2010- Winner in Residential Category (Twinneys)
RIBA Town & Country Awards 2010- Runner-up in Commercial Category (Hill Farm Dairy)
Aluminium Imagination Awards 1990- Overall Winner (Nind Mill House)
- Bath Brewery, Toll Bridge Road
- BA1 7DE
Springfield Farm replaces an undistinguished 1950s bungalow with a contemporary and innovative two-storey house. The site lies within the Bath and Bristol Green Belt on the edge of the scattered settlement of Stoney Littleton.
Sun house is a property which sits at the top of the Claverton Valley on the outskirts of Bath, and replaces a low-grade mobile home.
Hardy House is a former club building in the heart of a Wiltshire village.
Gospel Hall is the renovation of a Grade II listed former Meeting House in Bath.
Church Lane is a semi-detached former workers cottage that previously provided cramped and outdated accommodation has been transformed with two single storey extensions to the front and rear that almost double its footprint.
Award winning art production studio and gallery for Damien Hirst.
A dilapidated Victorian property brought back to life and extended in a sensitive, creative and contemporary manner to suit the demands of a C21st family.
A contemporary addition to a Victorian house.
The renovation and refurbishment of a Georgian villa in Bath, the highlight of which is a new contemporary double-height bay window in the basement that provides views across the Kennet and Avon Canal to the city skyline beyond.
A dramatic transformation a detached 1960s house to create a generous open plan living space in a thoroughly modern and more energy efficient home.
The transformation of a dilapidated 1950s house into a modern, bright and low energy family home.
The conversion of a 17th century threshing barn which provides flexible accommodation at the same time as preserving the original character and qualities of a barn.
A new extension comprising a galvanized metal frame and glazing provides welcomed connections to the garden and maximises the views beyond.
RIBA award winning house with artist’s studio and gallery built into the hillside.