We undertake commissions for private individuals, commercial clients, developers, publicly funded organisations and we work across sectors. Our practice is regulated by the Architects Registration Board in the United Kingdom.
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The practice is engaged in research and development activity and is currently pursuing research work in two areas; theoretical public and infrastructure improvements and technical study to develop and deliver new and unique construction components and methods.
Heatherbank Planning Approved
Ansham has obtained planning permission from Folkestone and Hythe Council for distinctive overhaul and extension of Heatherbank, a detached bungalow situated in a prime position overlooking the English Channel. The scheme features a dramatic overhanging roof sheltering a first floor balcony that affords panoramic views of the sea. The scheme features terrazzo cladding to the […]
Heatherbank Consultation Open
Neighbours and interested parties are invited to provide comments and feedback before Friday the 8th of January 2020. Open the application drawings here: Complete the questionnaire here Thanks for taking part…
Lavington House Reaches Completion
Located in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a mile West of the Wye National Natural Reserve, Lavington House was originally built as officers accommodation for management of the nearby Naccolt Brickworks. The project has tested a number of innovations in design, construction and procurement in order to meet the demanding briefs […]