Sensitive, sustainable design
When we talk about sustainable architecture, we don’t just mean designs that harness natural sunlight, ventilation and rainwater. Sustainability isn’t just about sourcing materials and using buildings more responsibly than ever. It’s about all of this and more – buildings that belong in the communities they serve, that are positive, people focused and built to last lifetimes.
From auction house… to brand new church
Sometimes the most imaginative projects start with the most interesting challenges – like converting an old auction house into a new, multi-level place of worship. That’s exactly what we did for Trinity Church in Nottingham – masterplanning, space planning, phasing and providing interior design. The result? An unloved Victorian building became a beautiful, modern community church.
Turning a local landmark into an amazing place to live
When a building really matters to a community, conservation architecture can help to give it a fresh purpose, while preserving its cultural heritage. Local landmark Carlton Road Library had been disused for eight years when Arc Partnership asked us to help transform it into 11 new homes.
Acting as project lead, Lungfish presented a feasibility study, site surveys and design concepts, as well as managing structural and civil engineers. We achieved planning and building control approval, addressing conservation and flooding issues to pave the way for this exciting project.
All the experience you need from one friendly team
• School architecture
• Residential architecture
• Commercial architecture
• Community architecture
• Conservation architecture
• Sustainable architecture
• Urban design and masterplanning
• Interior architecture and design