Inspirational home architects, Oakham & Stamford; creating beautiful spaces for living
Are you looking for an architect for your project in Oakham or Stamford? Perhaps you’ve always had plans to build a grand design house of your own. Or maybe your existing home needs a bit of help to work harder for you – with more living space, improved comfort, and clever storage ideas… As architects, we’re on a mission to help everyone in Oakham & Stamford to live in beautiful, practical homes that have minimal impact on our planet. Whatever your starting point, we’d love to help you create your dream home.
Find out more about our projects in the Oakham & Stamford area below – and get in touch to find out if we’re the architects for you.
Stamford Road Remodel
Stewart and Fiona asked us to overhaul their tired, detached house into an open and light-filled home. They had purchased the house in Oakham and wanted to create the perfect space for entertaining family and friends during their retirement.
We reworked a maze of small, dark living spaces into a large, open-plan entertaining space with a fantastic connection to their garden.
John and Julie wanted us to replace the existing, poor-quality extensions at the back of their new home in Oakham. We helped them to create a spacious and light-filled kitchen/dining room which radically improved the connection to their garden. Large and carefully positioned windows direct views down the length of the garden to make you feel like you’re sat within the greenery.
Stamford Road New Houses
We’ve received planning permission for two new homes on a challenging site at the edge of a Conservation Area in Oakham. The houses replace an existing home towards the end of its life. We went through an extensive pre-application process with the local authority to ensure a successful planning outcome.
Catmose Park Road
Our clients asked us to design them a home that would be warm, comfortable and uses minimal energy to heat with plenty of wow factor. The site had plenty of constraints including being in the Oakham conservation area and being prominent on a key route into the town.