Over the years the practise has been commissioned both to design new buildings, or adapt existing structures for clients with disability problems.

In many cases a building can be modified to help with the day to day life of a person living with a disability. This can be as simple as installing a ramp to a front door and grab handles in appropriate places, to full adaptations of kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms for wheelchair users.

New builds offer an easier prospect as adaptations can be designed in at the start but we have modified existing buildings so that they are fully accessible to wheelchair users  – the Hurst in Shropshire is one such example.