Monthly Archives: October 2017

Using Colour In Our Buildings

This collage of images demonstrates how we have used strong vibrant colours to create a striking and fun effect at the Christopher Rawlins Primary School expansion project. The overall design is intended to be simple in shape...
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Sensitive Extension To Rural Home

We've submitted an application for this extension and refurbishment of a rural family home for a private domestic client in North Oxfordshire. The client's aim was to improve the ground floor entertaining and living space, and to rationalise...
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Designing for a Tight Space

Among the many exciting projects we have, the latest is definitely something to talk about. It is a great example of having to creatively work within a tight site and planning constraints, which is so often the case in Oxford City. The proposed mixed-use building brings both retail and residential accommodation together to benefit the local area.  Two spacious, one-bed flats that boost space and has its own private balcony. The building is designed with clean crisp lines, to give the building presence with a contemporary take on a traditional design and form. The residential flats are proposed to be encased in zinc cladding, to differentiate these from the retail unit. This proposal is at concept design stage.