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Our project to transform the old Bristol North Baths into a shared work space, offices and gym has just been completed. A challenging time in which to have delivered a project but a credit to all those involved. Read more here.
Unanimous support from Bristol City Council Planning Committee for our development on behalf of United Communities creating 29 100% affordable housing units in the south of the City. Read more here.
We're still working. Whilst Covid 19 has changed the landscape in which we work we are continuing to deliver work and meet with clients virtually using a number of readily accessible platforms. Do get in touch if need some help with your temporary work(ing from home) space.
Cryer&Coe architects enter the Trinity College competition to imagine a new series of accommodation blocks to cater for a growing student base and also offer to those seeking refuge in the City. Read more here.
Work starts on the DVLA Swansea estate to refit a number of the office floor plates and key areas including staff shop, teaching spaces and creating a dedicated multi faith prayer room and wellness space.
An extension to a family home in Bishopston, Bristol has recently been completed with a snug area and utility with access direct to the garden. The kitchen and dining is located centrally with top light. Check out the photos here.
A complex rear extension to a property in Redland, Bristol has just been completed with a split level design and full acoustic, lighting and layout works completed by Cryer & Coe architects. Check out the photos here.
A private residence has just been completed with rear extension, loft conversion and double height entrance vestibule in Bishopston and can be found on Airbnb. Check out the photos here.
Our latest project in Southville completes on site - check out the photos here.
Cryer & Coe architects have been shortlisted in two categories for the Federation of Small Businesses; Start Up Business of the Year and Micro Business of the Year.
Cryer & Coe architects have gained consent for the redevelopment of Bristol North Baths on behalf of our clients Berkeley Place. See the project here.
Cryer & Coe architects attend the National BCO Awards in London for our Rawlings office project. See the project here
Rawlings office is shortlisted for Insider South West Property Awards. See the project here
Our residential scheme on Great Brockeridge has just been granted planning consent. A two storey rear extension is proposed to the rear of a detached family home in the popular Henleaze area of Bristol. The design includes an angular design with charred timber cladding. More information and photos to follow in due course.
Our residential scheme on Greville Road has just been granted planning consent. A single storey rear extension and dormer conversion is proposed to the rear of a terraced property in the Southville area of Bristol. More information and photos to follow in due course.
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