Architecture to Connect People and Place
We work closely and collaboratively with clients to understand their requirements and then meet these in exciting, beautiful and imaginative ways
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HOW WE CAN HELP
We help demystify the process
We find that many people don’t fully understand what an architect actually does. We try and be as transparent as possible about the way we work – guiding you through the process step by step. Every project and every client are different, meaning that the process is slightly different every time. We share what we have learnt on other projects and aim to bring people along with the process.
HOW WE WORK
Bring plans to life with Virtual Reality
At Millar Howard Workshop we are one of the first architecture practices in the country to extensively integrate virtual reality into our design process.
We can provide all our clients with a fully immersive, virtual reality tour of their proposed building. This gives them a true sense of the scale and proportion of the spaces.
WHAT WE VALUE
We partner with people who share our values
Buildings come about through collaboration and shared endeavor. Whether clients, employees, work experience students or other consultants we encourage collaborative working and highly value peoples expertise. We are approachable and informal yet highly organised and professional.
Committed to Sustainability
At Millar Howard Workshop, we have a strong ethical aim to seek out opportunities to increase biodiversity as well as developing projects / buildings that create a net gain to the client, community and place. Sustainability is embedded holistically into our design approach and we design buildings that sit sensitively and lightly within their landscape, enhancing rather than taking from the environment.
In close consultation with our clients and other consultants, we look at a whole range of relevant considerations from energy generation, lowering CO2 emissions, minimising energy consumption, creating healthy buildings, using natural materials, air quality, transport, light pollution, community issues, safety and opportunities for increased natural biodiversity and habitat creation. Millar Howard Workshop is committed to achieving the targets set out in the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge.
Awards and Recognition
Dursley Treehouse features on Grand Designs
“This place is flippin’ brilliant. It’s a great credit to the Architects for designing such a low impact treehouse.” – Kevin McCloud
RIBA South West Winner
Millar + Howard Workshop win an RIBA award for The Gillyflower at Elmore Court.
Planning Success Rate
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