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Mole Architects

Mole Architects

Location Cambridge - Cambs


Many RIBA awards

Project sectors

  • One-off Homes
  • Interior Design
  • Retirement Living
  • Office Base Build
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Community Centres
  • Libraries
  • Housing Scheme (20+)
  • Studios and Workshops
  • Student Housing
  • Housing Scheme (0-20)
  • Healthcare

Specialist skills

  • Sustainable Design
  • Self-Build
  • Passivhaus Design
  • Masterplanning

Services offered

Full architectural service, Feasibility, Concept design, Planning application


  • Minimum GBP100,000
  • Maximum GBP25,000,000

Mole Architects

Fijal House

Fijal House is built within Ely’s central conservation area, set between the two Edwardian detached houses. The vertical saw-tooth rhythm of the front elevation is derived from the engaged stone columns at the entrance to Ely cathedral, and is a contemporary interpretation of the Edwardian decorative brick. A precast concrete lintol spans the front elevation, and the recessed entry is lined in coloured encaustic tiles. The pitch is taken from the nave of the cathedral; the standing seam reminiscent of the cathedral’s lead roof. This gives the modest bedrooms an...

Mole Architects

Cavendish Avenue

This light-filled passive solar house uses minimal energy, using innovative construction methods to harness the heat of the sun. Designed for a family of four, the house is a re-interpretation of the suburban villa house.

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Marmalade Lane Cohousing

The Marmalade Lane development is a development of 42 houses and apartments, designed around established cohousing principles. Cambridge Cohousing adopted most aspects of what have become typical within cohousing communities. Cohousing originated in Denmark in the 1970’s, where today about 1% of all housing uses the cohousing model. Sometimes referred to as ‘intentional communities’, a cohousing community is centred round communal space, and some form of common ownership and investment in time towards the community. At Marmalade the community all have a share of the Common House, which houses...

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Marsh Hill

Marsh Hill is a one-off house built in an isolated position overlooking the estuary of the River Alde in Suffolk. It commands magnificent views across the marshland to the river. Located in an area of outstanding beauty, the house hovers over the landscape like a seagull's wing.

Mole Architects

The Houseboat

The house is an upturned boat, or the belly of a whale.

Mole Architects

North West Cambridge

Our project for The University of Cambridge, as part of the first phases of Eddington, was completed in February 2018. Mole Architects designed three linked buildings, including a health centre, estates offices and postgraduate apartments as part of a larger proposal for an ambitious new city quarter, involving an intensive programme of collaboration with other professionals over many years.

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Churchill College

Mole was announced as runners-up in a competition for Churchill College in Cambridge to provide 32 new graduate rooms on a site next to the Grade 2 Listed Sheppard Flats. Our scheme separated the rooms into three ‘houses’ with south-facing shared living rooms. The forms of the three houses are variations on a standard ‘type’, with each house unique according to its location.

Mole Architects


Stackyard is a new-build two-storey rural house neighbouring a Grade II listed farmhouse on the edge of the village of Palgrave in Suffolk.

Mole Architects

Hedge House

Single storey dwelling designed around existing protected trees within a Conservation area.

Mole Architects

The Dune House in collaboration with Jarmund Vigsnaes Archit

New holiday house on the Suffolk coast

Mole Architects

The Balancing Barn

Holiday house in Suffolk