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  • Living in Harmony With Nature: Off Grid House Featured in SelfBuild & Design Magazine!

    There’s something special about seeing one’s work in print. We are all so used to digital media, so it makes a pleasant change to flick through the pages of a glossy magazine and see a project we have designed featured and real SelfBuild and Design. That is the case for this off-grid house we designed…

  • Bovey Tracey

    New Bovey Tracey Community Centre

    We’re delighted to announce the completion of the Riverside Community Centre in Bovey Tracey, Devon. We’ve been involved for 3 years since winning an open competitive interview early in 2017, working closely with the Bovey Town Council and the local community to ensure a varied range of views were considered.

  • Shelter Charity

    Initiative benefits Shelter charity

    Peregrine Mears Architects started supporting the work of Shelter in 2010 through the RIBA’s ‘Architect in the House’ scheme.  That meant us giving our time for free to homeowners looking to build, extend or alter their home and wanting advice and inspiration from a Chartered Architect. In return they made a donation to Shelter This…

  • The Ark Ashford

    The Ark Ashford Barnstaple Shortlisted

    The Ark Ashford Barnstaple, a recently completed private house we designed and managed, has been shortlisted for the Local Authority Building Control Building Excellence Awards for the South West Region 2020!

  • Queen Anne

    RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 Nomination

    We’re delighted to announce that the project we designed to convert Queen Anne’s Walk in Barnstaple to a new restaurant / cafe / events space has been nominated for the RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 South West!

  • Ilfracombe Pier

    Improving Public Places in Ilfracombe

    We are involved at two sites in Ilfracombe for North Devon Council. The first removing the two toll booths at the entrance to the Pier. We designed a new sculpture to support the existing harbour clock. The second project involves relocating two booths at the eastern end of Victoria Pleasure gardens.