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Architect Offices England – Architecture Studios in United Kingdom

post updated 7 April 2023

English Architecture Studios

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Robert Ellis, Norton Ellis Architects

Architect phone / fax e-mail / website address

English Architect Profiles

Norton Ellis Architects London
Kensington Apartment
+44 (0)20 7490 3142
+44 (0)5602 093407
Norton Ellis Architects
14 Baltic Street East
London EC1Y 0UJ
England, UK

English Architect Listings

Alan Hills Architects +44 (0)7710 460 805
Alan Hills Architects
13 Rosebery Avenue
London N17 9RY
England, UK
Commercial Architecture
Commercial Architecture English architects office
+44 (0)20 7801 0566 info@commercialarchitecture.london
Commercial Architecture, 3 River Reach, Gartons Way, Battersea, London, SW11 3SX, UK
Living Space Architects +44 (0)1392 267 213 studio(at)livingspacearchitects.com
Living Space Architects
The Senate Southernhay Gardens
Exeter, Devon
Thomas Studio Ltd T : 01432 804100
T : 0203 9850 500
M : 0774 747 8079
Thomas Studio Ltd, Ring House, Fownhope, Herefordshire, HR1 4PJ, UK
Works carried out in: Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire, Monmouthshire, Cotswolds
Urbanist Architecture
Urbanist Architecture London Architects England
T : 020 3793 7878 info(at)urbanistarchitecture.co.uk
Urbanist Architecture
Urbanist Architecture, 2 Little Thames Walk, Greenwich, London, SE8 3FB, UK

Architects + Landscape Architects + Structural Engineers with architect offices in England, United Kingdom

English Architect Additions welcome: info(at)e-architect.com

The English Architecture site aims to promote English Architects as well as the country’s architecture. The page is a good starting point for selecting an English architect.

English Architects’ details are listed for an annual fee, likewise for English Structural Engineers, etc.

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The Barns, Southern England, by AR Design Studio, Architects
The Barns Family Home by English architect office
render : The Faction
The Barns Family Home
Set within a medieval village in the British countryside, the house was once owned by Victorian farmer designed to overlook the farm and complex of barns. No longer a working farm, the house remained a family home however the associated barns have since fallen into a state of disrepair, leaving one of the barns to be considered a Building at Risk (BAR).

Location: England, United Kingdom

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London Architecture News – recent project featured below:

The Courtauld Modernisation Project
The Courtauld Institute of Art London Renewal
photo © Benedict Johnson Photography
The Courtauld Institute of Art London Renewal
Masterpieces from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century presented in magnificently restored setting following three-year transformation project. The elegantly restored Blavatnik Fine Rooms will showcase some of the greatest and most-loved works from The Courtauld’s collection. World-famous Impressionist collection reunited in the LVMH Great Room – London’s oldest exhibition space.

English Architecture Studios

Heather Cottage, Berkshire, Southeast England property design by Spratley & Partners:
Heather Cottage in Berkshire design by English architects practice
photograph © Peter Cook
Cottage Property in Berkshire
Positioned on a floodplain, Heather Cottage has piled foundations and is raised up on concrete stilts 1.85m above the ground, supported by a steel frame. The sloping nature of the green roof which gradually increases in height helps to reduce surface water run-off whilst minimising the visual impact of the house within the site.

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