Esmond Murray Architects have been enormously helpful in turning our vision for our new home into a reality. Their designs have maximised our views across the Charlcombe Valley, and turned our undercrofts into a bright living space with direct access onto our garden. They encouraged us to take the bold step of making our living space (kitchen, dining room and sitting room) into one open-plan area, which now means we look across the whole of the valley from every room. The back wall of the house is now effectively floor-to-ceiling glass.
Mr Owen Gay
The Church was very satisfied with the designs and the management of the project by Esmond Murray Architects. We were very impressed by the sensitivity to the need of the Church to function throughout the project.
Revd. John Houseago MTh MA BSc
We are very pleased with the end result; the new dining room and kitchen have that wow factor we were hoping for – Esmond Murray Architects were certainly the right choice for this project.
Dr and Mrs R Ross
Esmond Murray Architects will be at stand 333 exhibiting at the <a href=”http://www.somerset.homebuildingshow.co.uk” target=”_blank”>Homebuilding and Renovating Show 2014 from the 22nd to the 23rd of November. We would be delighted to see you there to discuss your building project needs.
Andy, who has recently joined us as an architectural assistant, has just returned from the University of Bath Architecture Show 2014 in London, where he displayed his final degree work. The show, featured in the AJ magazine’s best student shows, showed the department’s strong emphasis on construction and tectonics. Of particular interest was the Basil Spence project which final year architecture students do in their first semester in conjunction with the civil engineers, resulting in schemes which demonstrate a strong understanding interdisciplinary design. Having graduated with first class honours, Andy will continue to develop his architectural experience at Esmond Murray Architects through involvement with various schemes and clients.
Esmond Murray Architects have been appointed to design and oversee the extension of Windmill Hill City Farm Nursery School in Bristol. Windmill Hill City Farm was formed in 1976 by a volunteer group of local residents determined to see a piece of inner city wasteland put to more productive use, giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming in the heart of the city. The project began on site in January and is due for completion by the end of May. The completed scheme will see a new nursery room for 3-5 year olds, with associated kitchen, office, sanitary facilities and new external play area.