Contemporary Architecture

Contemporary Low Energy Homes in Devon AONB

Atkinson Architects have recently secured planning approvals for new Eco-Friendly family homes in The Tamar Valley AONB (Calstock) and The South Devon AONB (Totnes). Both jobs are progressing towards construction in the Summer with private clients who are committed to minimising their carbon footprint and energy use. A core value is our approach to sustainable …

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Timber Building Design

A selection of Atkinson Architects ongoing projects and completed buildings using timber. Structural frame design with various types of hardwood cladding to create contemporary architecture that sits well alongside historic buildings. The use of structural timber such as – oak, douglas fir and glu-lam frames, provides a low impact modern form of construction with great …

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Steps & Staircase Design

A selection of our recently completed projects focussing on different types of steps. Always a great design opportunity, ranging from contemporary, minimalist through to traditional joinery and metalwork. Whether they are external garden steps or internal staircase, our emphasis will always be on high-quality materials and exquisite detailing. The projects shown here include Plymouth limestone, …

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Listed building conservation with contemporary development

From January 2021 Atkinson Architects will be progressing on-site with a number of existing properties that are listed buildings in Devon and Cornwall. We are carefully restoring and adding new contemporary architecture – these include a Scheduled Ancient Monument, lock-keepers cottage on the banks of the River Tavy, a farm in Launceston with medieval origins, …

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