Chettle House is a Grade I listed country house built during the early eighteenth century to the design of the notable architect Thomas Archer. The house is located in extensive…
Historic Country Buildings
Our comprehensive understanding of historic building types helps to provide clear and logical guidance on the restoration and extension of historic buildings. We liaise directly with conservation officers and Historic England during all stages of the application process. ADAM Architecture has built a reputation for creating strong working relationships with local authorities and heritage bodies during complex heritage applications. We are also experienced in sourcing appropriate materials, specialist consultants and contractors to undertake heritage-sensitive projects.
ADAM Architecture is committed to improving the sustainability of historic buildings and has significant experience of implementing such measures sensitively. We ensure that interventions are robust and properly integrated but, most importantly, preserve and enhance the building fabric for future generations.