I qualified in 1966 from Bristol University and am now in practise as Ronald Shirley Chartered Architects in Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire. I have been in practise for over 30 years and am aMember of the Royal Institute of British Architects and also hold a degree of Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) awarded by Bristol University. I hold a Diploma in Architecture awarded by the same University.
Duncan graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1992. He worked for Bentel Abramson & Partners one of the largestarchitectural practices in South Africa on commercial projects from hospitals to £100M shopping centres. He moved to England with his family in 1999 working firstly in Guildford for Tuffin Feraby & Taylor on JD Weatherspoon's projects and then joined The Pearce Group in Bristol.
This handlebar Handrail was created using parts reclaimed from old bikes at the Bristol bike project. It uses an Oak dowel to visually tie the rail to the treads. The stems act as ideal self-fasteningsupports and the drop handlebars allowed for corners and changes in the pitch of the stairs.
We design bespoke residential, commercial, community and education buildings with a specialism in environmental design. We believe that the initial creative design ideas are fundamental to deliveringthe best solutions, practically, financially and aesthetically.
We are an imaginative, energetic and successful practice based near Bath. We enjoy what we do enormously, and take great pride in the results we achieve. The practice draws upon a wealth of experiencethroughout its close-knit and highly-talented staff, who share a collective passion for considered, innovative design. Each project, irrespective of budget, size or timescale, is unique and viewed from a fresh perspective; this perspective is always client- and context-driven.
The practice of an architect, where architecture means to offer or render professional services in connection with the design and construction of a building, or group of buildings and the space withinthe site surrounding the buildings, that have as their principal purpose human occupancy or use. A general term to describe buildings and other structures. A style and method of design and construction of buildings and other physical structures.
The aim of the practice is to introduce Clients into an environment in which they feel comfortable to contemplate and explore the potential of any given brief for a building. This process affordscircumstances within which pre-conceived ideas and ideals can be reorganised, transcending both their ambition and aspirations of the initial idea. This journey aims at realising a tangible product of distinct architectural merit that provides immense pleasure to all those who come into contact with it.
We have over 30 years' experience, so you can feel confident entrusting your building project to Keith Angus Architect. Specialists in domestic and residential properties, whether you want to extendor alter your traditionally built property or you're dreaming of building a contemporary new house, we're here to help. And as an RIBA Chartered Architect you can be sure that you're not only getting a comprehensive service but you're getting an architect with expertise too.
We offer a full architectural service to corporate and private clients across a wide range of property sectors. To assist our clients we offer additional services in: cost planning & cost control,construction management, procurement advice, CDM Coordinator and DDA access audits. We offer specialist design skills in conservation and heritage and work to building interiors.
Formed in 2013, Mark Wray Architects is an architectural practice specialising in re-imagining existing buildings and space. Based in the centre of Bath, we work primarily along the Great Westernroute from London in the east to Penzance in the west, covering Bristol, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, Devon and Cornwall. We enjoy the challenge and have considerable experience of both the adaption and reuse of listed and historic buildings and designing new buildings in sensitive historic contexts.