What's new at our Oxfordshire architects practice in 2019?
17 Jan '19
Following a successful 2018 our Oxfordshire architects are starting 2019 full of positivity, with plans for yet another successful year. As the middle of January approaches, we are excited by the projects already on the agenda. Many of our 2018 designs are due for completion on-site, we shall update you with further information on these soon, and the first of the new projects have begun. Those starting on-site include a modern new-build Cotswold farmhouse with ancillary buildings, soon to be a news feature, and we are looking forward to beginning the Aylesbury Vale gym and pool project also.
We are so proud of our residential portfolio and are thrilled to announce our plans to develop our commercial and educational architecture sectors this year. When starting the practice eleven years ago William had the dream of building a practice that excels in all areas of architecture. As our team has grown steadily throughout this time, we are now equipped with architects proficient in all areas of planning, building and construction services.
Amongst the many projects our architects have worked on within the educational sector, both director, William Green, and practice manager, Thomas Jarman, previously helped design the exciting music school at Monkton Combe School, near Bath, Somerset while with Nick Shipp Architects. The new school now provides state of the art recording studios, practice rooms, theory teaching rooms and a rehearsal hall that accommodates a full-sized orchestra.
Our team’s portfolio within the commercial sector is equally as impressive, from previous projects on Kings Road in London to designs for the Duchy of Cornwall. The Rude store in Newton St Loe is one such Duchy project, once again alongside Nick Shipp. These unique, architecturally designed offices, near Bath, are a beautiful example of a modern, commercial building. With glazed walkways between old and new, open plan offices and a function room with all mod cons, it is the ideal commercial space whilst also providing room to expand into the first floor. Closer to home, the Solid Structures offices in Chipping Norton are now completed, with the eye-catching Cor-Ten panels installed on the exterior, providing the unique design our clients approached us for.
If you are considering a residential, commercial or educational, architecturally designed project in 2019, do not hesitate to contact our Oxfordshire architect’s practice to discuss your ideas. We provide the services to assist you in your project from designing and planning, through to managing the build.