The conversion of the former cottage hospital to 9 apartments nears completion with the installation of the vertical cedar cladding to a previously extended section of the building. The flat roof building now stands in contrast to the historic original structure with a sharp contemporary finish.
The Esmond Murray Architects team will be joining our sister company, EMJ Architects, at the Christian Resources Exhibition in Kent from 12 – 13 October!
We’re looking forward to meeting attendees and showcasing our range of church architectural services.
Local Landscape Architect selected to present Show Garden for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in support of National Charity, NAPS.
Bath based Landscape architect Emma Bannister and Ben Donadel of EMJ Architects are delighted that the Royal Horticultural Society have selected their design as one of the large Show Gardens at this year’s popular Hampton Court Flower Show (5 -10 July).
Our refurbishment and extension of a Grade II listed millhouse in South Gloucestershire has begun on site. The scheme will provide a contemporary single storey sunroom at the rear and a first floor gable extension to form a new master bedroom, en-suite and dressing room.
Esmond Murray Architects have obtained planning permission for rear and side extensions to a detached residential property in Horseshoe Walk, Bath. The property is located in a Conservation Area and also incorporates a balcony to take account of the far reaching views.