Our First Year Anniversary!

Today is a very special day for us here at Grey Rose Architects as we are celebrating our first birthday.

Twelve months ago we launched the practice and over the course of year we have carried out 39 design consultations, we currently have 22 live projects and we have achieved 100% planning approvals to name a few feats.

We would like to say a big thank you to our wonderful clients, colleagues, family and friends. We've built a lot of great relationships already, and we're looking forward to strengthening them even further. 

Thank you for making GRA a success!

#cheerstomanymore

Contemporary Design within Conservation Area

*EXCITING NEWS*

GRA have recently submitted a high-end, contemporary, timber-clad extension along with a  supporting 31 page Design and Access statement, for consideration.

The proposal intends to modernise family living whilst being respectful to the existing architectural style.  An innovative design solution, using a contemporary palette to create a beautifully bespoke addition to their home. 

Conservation applications can be some of the most challenging due to the amount of policy hurdles.  

We relish a good challenge.

#creativedesign

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Best architectural photograph of the year announced

A shot of a brick reservoir in London's Finsbury Park has been selected as the best architecture photograph of the year at the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2016.

The image, taken by British photographer Matt Emmett, captures the brick arches of the covered reservoir, which was designed by the East London Waterworks Company in 1868.

A chapel by Peter Zumthor, a red brick gallery by Herzog & De Meuron and a São Paulo museum by Linda Bo Bardi were among the subjects of 20 images shortlisted for architecture photograph of the year.