As an RIBA
Chartered Practice we are committed to delivering good sustainable architecture which aims to exceed the
expectations of our clients and makes a positive contribution to the built environment.
Good architecture will not only satisfy the design brief but will also be sensitive to the surroundings and context
in both massing, form and use of materials.
Creative associations of volumes and routes to create exciting and dynamic spaces are essential
ingredients for a successful outcome.
The shift in emphasis towards greater sustainability is a significant driving force in our desire to create the New Cornish
Vernacular which can be seen in our ever evolving portfolio. Good design will also make best use of your money and avoid unnecessary expense and
This practice has a long history
dating back to John Sansom in 1885. We have archive drawings from his
days, and subsequent principals. We also have a large collection of Henry Rice drawings from 1837 to
1884 – 1913
1950 Herbert Reed Venning
1978 George Vaughan Ellis
2007 John Richard Wilks
present Andy Lolley