New Homes, Extensions and Alterations

Our architectural services range from the specification and supervision of small alterations and extensions to the design and project management of new homes, and all manner of building works and refurbishment projects in between.


The service includes all planning and building regulation advice and submissions, drawing work, tender process, contract administration and financial control.


We are particularly well placed to offer early advice on development potential, and the structural and financial feasibility of development, when undertaking a building survey for purchase, so if you have any ideas when buying a new house please do discuss these with us before the site inspection is undertaken.    

These are a small sample of completed projects.

The inside of a recently completed kitchen extension in Marlow

The exterior of the kitchen shown above, designed to sit comfortably with the original 1930's house, but, as can be seen above, definitely contemporary inside.

An extension to a local Victorian house, again designed to reflect the character of the original.

A new house in Hurley where a vernacular design was required.

Complex issues were resolved in order to obtain planning permission for this riverside house, being built to our design and under our supervision.


Following completion the house received the Cookham Society's Annual Design Award for 2017.


This view shows the house from the river and the image below shows the entrance frontage.

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A new "Colonial" style house, in Wargrave

A "Barn Conversion" from a 1920's bungalow!

An extension to an Edwardian property in Marlow. The original house is to the right.

A chalet style bungalow in Bourne End

Another kitchen extension, to the rear of a Listed Victorian House in Henley on Thames, where we needed to work very closely with the local Conservation Officer to achieve maximum benefit.

A substantial side extension to a 1970s house, using SIP construction. The original part is to the right.

General refurbishment of an early 19th century embankment cottage to the rear of which was added a new dwelling in a contrasting style.

The kitchen in this modern house was set against a tall retaining wall, making a very dark and shaded feel to the house. By extending the kitchen up to the wall, and fitting full height folding doors and a lantern light to the roof the space was completely transformed.