Biddestone Garage  

We have returned to the scene of a former project…. In 2017? We completed a project for the refurbishment and extension of the old Schoolhouse in the middle of a Conservation area in a Wiltshire Village.

Bloomfield road planning 

A rear extension and remodelling for a typical semi-detached Victorian house in Bath.
Planning approval was achieved in June 2023, and we are now in the midst of producing the Stage 4 design information. Tendering to follow shortly, and construction is planned for summer 2024…

Wolverton Farm – Planning Approval

We have recently had Planning Approval for this extension to a farmhouse in a hamlet in Somerset. The house had already been substantially extended in 2010 but this additional extension improves the internal circulation. A new glazed extension provides a new entrance and

Weston House completion 

We are really happy with the high quality of finish on this recently completed project – a double extension to a house originally built in 2012….The landscape work is due to be done soon to complete the picture, but the house has been transformed by having the garage turned into a gym and utility

King Alfred Way, Winsley 

There are 27 million houses in the UK which need to be comprehensively decarbonized in order to meet the UK’s legal commitment to be a zero-carbon economy by 2050. That is 27 years from now – or 1 million homes per year from now until 2050.

Birdsmorgate – Design Review Panel comments

We are working on a “Paragraph 80” house on a wonderful site in Dorset.

We have adopted a very rigorous “landscape led” approach, working with Greenhalgh Landscape Architecture and Alder Ecology we have so far taken the initial design concept to the South West Design Review Panel.



Study Trip 2019

Designscape on tour. A roundup of our low carbon Study Trip to the Midlands where we were inspired by Industrial, Gothic Revival and modern architecture.

Big Shed

Big Sheds

Big Sheds can be a commercially viable business asset if well considered and designed. Here we share out insights on key drivers of Big Shed design and you can download our recent Big Sheds publication

Architects Declare

Architects Declare

Putting our pledge into practice Since signing up to the Architects Declare climate manifesto in June Designscape have been investigating ways in which we can

Listed Buildings

A guide to successful alteration Based in the World Heritage City of Bath, we regularly get enquiries from clients wishing to make alterations to a

bat surveys and homebuilding

Planning Consent & Bat Surveys

Notorious for adding months of delay to a planning application, mitigating the presence of bats can help keep your building project on track.


Our Approach

From residential homes and commercial housing schemes, to art galleries, offices, agricultural and high-tech manufacturing buildings, we have extensive experience of designing architectural solutions for all environments.

Carbon and our work

The biggest impacts of Climate Change are being felt most by the poorest people in the world – those who have the smallest carbon footprint, the least resilience to deal with the consequences, and who have done the least in the past to create the problem.

Big Sheds

View on ISSUU Used to cover a number of diverse building uses from manufacturing and storage/distribution to data centres or sports, our thinking on Big

Neros Foundation Report

View on ISSUU We are proud to support the Neros Foundation through our links to one of the trustees, Cara Sykes. The Neros Foundation is