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May, 2021

Heritage and Historical Buildings – Harmonious architecture in the heart of the Cotswolds

The soft light and rolling contours of the Cotswold countryside and the warm tones of the natural stone are world famous. As a local architectural practice, the architectural heritage of Cotswold historical buildings is part of our heart and soul. […]

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April, 2021

In the spotlight: Our Lead Architect and MD, Ashleigh Clarke, talks about what ambitious architecture means to him

“Growing up, I was constantly drawing, painting or modelling. Taking inspiration from the world I saw around me and recreating it in a different medium. I’d be watching Tom and Jerry whilst drawing a picture of Tom, sketching or sculpting. […]

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April, 2021

Sustainability – Green architecture that doesn’t cost the Earth 

“Sustainable residential architecture is an increasingly important topic. We reduce the environmental impact of a new build through the entire process until the client walks through the door.” – Ashleigh Clarke, Founder and Architect  At our studio, we like to think of […]

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March, 2021

Designed for Living

Any architectural design is a balancing act. A classic balance of form and function. We believe that buildings are homes as well as houses. We’re ambitious in our architecture and practical in our approach. With 10 years’ experience in the […]

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February, 2021

We are Cotswolds Architects

There’s no doubt that the Cotswolds is a beautiful area to be based from and our team is endlessly inspired by our surroundings. The beautiful honey coloured Cotswolds stone and elegant buildings for which the area is famed can easily […]

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February, 2021

We are Hiring!

A new opportunity has arisen at our growing architectural practice based in the beautiful Cotswolds. We are a small but happy team, offering a collaborative approach within our thriving practice and due to unprecedented growth we are now looking for a […]

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