ChambersMcMillan Architects
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ChambersMcMillan Architects We are an award winning practice, who specialise in accessible architecture, designed to meet clients' individual needs. We design, adapt and extend buildings to meet our modern lives. Both large and small, and to different budgets, we design houses and home offices, as well as specialised spaces for organisations. We will personally work with you to develop, to formulate, to articulate and to realise your thoughts and ideas.

We want to hear about your project. Initial consultations are entirely free and with no obligation. So if you have a project you would like to discuss please get in touch.

As well as each having over twenty years experience of teaching, listening, collaborating, writing, lecturing and practicing architecture. We also have the experience of being clients, having designed and built our own home and studio - The Ramp House. Thea's design considers how spaces can improve people's lives. Her involvement for the last three

We listen to people's stories of how they live, and how they want to live, and work to enable this through spatial design. We design spaces which are barrier-free and accessible to everyone, through engaging people in the design process. We think that this should be prioritised because it improves everyone's experience of the built environment; when

We are client focused and place a high value on individual needs and personal attention. We specialise in bespoke new build homes, conversions and alterations of domestic premises and workspaces. We offer a comprehensive service from feasibility through to completion. We include the whole family in the design process to ensure that the built result

The principle of the ramp house was to design and build a family home for a little girl who is a wheelchair user, where the whole house enables her to lead a barrier free included life. We are often confronted with the physical barriers that the built environment presents; in our own home we were able to design a fully inclusive place; using a ramp

The design process gave us the opportunity to work through the whole family's needs, thinking about how we wanted to live, and what spaces we needed to do this. When we knew that Greta would need an adapted environment to support her everyday life, it seemed to be one of the most obvious things that we could do for her. We have always had the philosophy

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