We offer a full architectural service to corporate and private clients across a wide range of property sectors.
To assist our clients we offer additional services in: cost planning & cost control, construction management, procurement advice, CDM Coordinator and DDA access audits.
We offer specialist design skills in conservation and heritage and work to building interiors.
HPH ARCHITECTS is a Bath and Bristol based architects' practice established in 1978, with over 30 years of experience gained across a broad range of public and private sector projects.
Our practice ethos is based on the belief that good design should cost no more than bad design, no matter on what the scale or purpose of the project.
We are committed to a collaborative design process which recognises the aspirations of our clients and the inputs of end users and constructors alike.
Our experience covers a range of sectors that are needed to support a community’s needs, from residential and business, through to leisure, education and healthcare. We have particular skills in delivering these projects within heritage and listed building settings and are RIBA accredited Conservation Architects.
We work on projects ranging from residential alterations through to large scale commercial master plans for private clients, public sector bodies, developers and blue chip companies.
The two storey atrium on the edge of Bath gives the house a grand space to offset the predominance of low ceilings and small windows, and a Juliet balcony will replace the former landing window at first floor level.
This extension makes the most of panoramic views across the rolling countryside south of Bath, hitherto obscured by high window cills. Built to an exceptionally high standard by the Sheer Class building company, it now awaits some climbing plants on the structural pergola...
This small extension was designed to replace a tatty modern single storey porch which linked two arms of this Listed building. Other options were explored to improve this link within the house itself, but these were resisted because they involved alteration of original building...