A fresh and rigorous approach to new-build projects; innovative, yet respectful of context and local distinctiveness. From one-off houses to sizeable developments for major house builders and housing associations; commercial and retail units; visitor and interpretation centres; even a major public library.
The practice has developed an enviable reputation with both clients and planners for our sympathetic approach to the re-use of redundant buildings. With our depth of experience in this area, we have a thorough understanding of the special technical demands that these old buildings present.
From sympathetic repair and restoration, to imaginative alterations and additions, Scarratt and Martyn bring a fresh and enthusiastic approach to conserving our built heritage. Recent projects range from tiny cob cottages in Conservation Areas to Grade 1 Listed buildings.
Smaller Works and Extensions
Extensions, remodelling, interiors and minor alterations comprise a significant proportion of the practice workload and can be as exciting and challenging for us as the larger buildings we work on. As these examples demonstrate, we bring our inventive design-led vision to even the smallest of schemes.