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Lewis Critchley Architects Ltd.

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Email: lmc@lewiscritchleyarchitects.co.uk

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Our Featured Projects.

Residential & Commercial Architects

From period conversions to contemporary new builds and extensions, we’re known for open, light-filled spaces, rich materiality, precise detailing and a strong connection between inside and outside living.

We can manage each stage of a project in-house with the support of a network of skilled craftsmen and specialists.

Project no.40

Contemporary New Build

Project no.1

Modern Barn Conversion

The brief was to take a group of farm buildings – including unsympathetically converted and extended barns, plus structures not touched since their agricultural days – and turn them into a cohesive dwelling fit for a family. Original features to be embraced in the existing barn conversion, but the addition of a glazed link brings the separate buildings together to form one home.

We create beautifully crafted extensions that are a fusion of traditional and contemporary design that carefully blend the transition between interior and exterior spaces.

Project no.38

Modern House Extension 

The refurbishment retains much of the buildings original features while enhancing its existing vernacular, by creating large open plan well-lit contemporary spaces. The project comprises a single storey rear extension and internal refurbishment.

 

The ground floor includes an open plan kitchen, dining and multiple reception areas along with a grand entrance hall and separate lounge area. This floor benefits from a fully glazed rear sliding door screen which when open, links seamlessly to the garden.  The roof-lights flood natural light into the deeper sections of the floorplate. The architectural language combines old and new creating exciting, dynamic modern living spaces.

Project no.4

The scheme comprises for a 4-storey office blocks unified by a spine of full height glazed atria. Designed for energy efficiency, the office space is primarily naturally ventilated through user operable windows, supplemented by a mixed-mode displacement ventilation system and heat exchanger. Exposed concrete soffits provide passive cooling, avoiding the need for air conditioning.

 

Project no.3 - Contemporary New Build

A Contemporary modern home within a rural setting, maximizing views and connections from outside to indoors through large areas of glazing and open plan living. 

 

 

Project no.32

THE MODERN HOUSE

 

This stone, steel and glass house is designed to maximize the magnificent views, optimize privacy, and to take advantage of the natural lush landscape that surrounds it.  Perched on top of a rolling hillside in an untamed landscape, this low and long house is defined by a connection to the environment as well as its overall design elegance.

Project no.33

THE MODERN HOUSE

The steel and glass residence contains a luxurious and contemporary home with plenty of innovative touches. Outside, the building is suspended over the courtyard and lanscaping instead of being built into it, utilizing a bridge-type truss structure to sink piles into the ground instead of a full foundation. The metal structure is extended both inside and out into flourishes of design. The color palette is uniform on the outside, but despite being more diverse inside it retains its minimalism and dramatic flair.

 

Project no.34

MODERN HOUSES IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE

 

This stone, steel and glass house is designed to maximize the magnificent views, optimize privacy, and to take advantage of the natural lush landscape that surrounds it.  Perched on top of a rolling hillside in an untamed landscape, this low and long house is defined by a connection to the environment as well as its overall design elegance.

Project no.35

House in the Woods

 

Modern family home in the woodland setting, spacious open plan living, kitchen and dining.  Inside outside space with connections to the natural landscape through carefuly placed glazing framing views and allowing light deep into the plan.  Clad in copper shingles to add texture to the façade to connect to natural environment.

 

Contact Us

Lewis Critchley Architects Ltd

1 Lynworth Lane, Twyning, Tewkesbury,

Gloucestershire, GL20 6DD

Based in Gloucestershire and covers work locally and across the UK 

Email: lmc@lewiscritchleyarchitects.co.uk

T: 01684 295473

M: 07769642827