• Stratford Victoria Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon

    Stratford Victoria Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon

    The Practice was commissioned to design this 100 bedroom hotel within the town's conservation area on the site of the former hospital.

    Traditional materials were used both externally and internally. The scheme incorporates conference facilities, restaurants, bars and a gymnasium.

    The clock tower feature was salvaged from the original hospital building and re-used to preserve a key historic feature.

  • Althorpe Innovation (AIEC), Leamington Spa

    Althorpe Innovation (AIEC), Leamington Spa

    This project forms part of a major regeneration programme for the southern part of the Town.

    It involved the design of a two-storey office building, which would house small, local starter businesses.

    The scheme is part funded by Warwick District Council and Advantage West Midlands.

  • Age Concern Offices, Leamington Spa

    Age Concern Offices, Leamington Spa

    With the aid of The Smedley Charitable Trust, the Leamington Spa branch of Age Concern was able to acquire a redundant building adjacent to their existing shop and office.

    The building which is located in the town's Regeneration Area, was completely rebuilt. The new scheme offers a large reception area, meeting rooms and a number of open plan offices.

    The scheme demonstrates an ideal use for a redundant building.

  • Shire Hall, Warwick - Law Courts

    Shire Hall, Warwick - Law Courts

    The Partnership provided specialist conservation knowledge for major repairs of the Law Court buildings. Extensive repair works to the stonework, slate and lead roofs, internal structure and decorative plasterwork saw this imposing Grade I Listed Building restored to its former glory. Careful time-tabling and phasing of key works enabled the building to operate for as long as possible during the contract.

  • Malt House, Chepstow

    Malt House, Chepstow

    This Grade II listed building suffered extensive fire damage in 2002.

    The brief for the rebuilding of the office accommodation required a detailed feasibility study to be carried out to examine the introduction of an additional floor within the existing shell.

    Extensive negotiations with the Local Authority and CADW proved successful and the provision of additional floor space was permitted.

    The sympathetic introduction of the additional floor, together with the careful restoration of key architectural features, both internally and externally, has enabled this key historic building to be brought back to life.

  • Radio House, Swan Street, Warwick

    Radio House, Swan Street, Warwick

    For many years this group of buildings housed a local electrical wholesaler. When the business closed down the Practice was invited to modify the 1960s street scape and provide a mix of retail units and apartments.

    The completed development respects the scale of the neighbouring retail units and is a subtle addition within the centre of the town's Conservation Area.

  • Governors House, Cape Road, Warwick

    Governors House, Cape Road, Warwick

    The original building served as the home for the Governor of Warwick Prison. Following the closure of the prison the building had a number of different uses before being acquired by Warwickshire Mental Health Care Trust for offices.

    The brief was to completely refurbish the property in order to establish the organisation's central headquarters.

  • 270-272 Castle Street, Dudley

    270-272 Castle Street, Dudley


Our work in this area covers all market sectors. Our commissions have ranged from new build; redevelopment and refurbishment schemes located in urban centres; suburbs and rural locations. Many of the projects have been located on sensitive sites with considerable planning, conservation area and Listed Building implications. All involve careful design discipline to secure development and maximise potential.

Each commission reflects the Practice’s commitment to provide efficient and economic solutions whilst fulfilling its aim to produce architecturally progressive and aesthetically pleasing designs.