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Collier Reading Architects is an award winning architectural and design practice based in Wells, Somerset providing these services throughout the south-west to a wide range of clients.

Orangery, Stone Allerton

The challenge was to design a contemporary efficient extension to a traditional “farm-house” style house located in the centre


The Jumps, Residential Development

The Jumps is a sustainable, low energy, new housing development in Street, Somerset and was commissioned by a private funder to pr


House Extension, Winterhead

We were presented with a challenging site which had been created adjacent to a rock face higher than the existing cottage and the


Shepton Veterinary Practice

The original veterinary practice was  a 1960’s single storey building with a collection of uninspiring extensions, lying within


Millfield Preparatory School, Sports Pavilion

The project involved the creation of an iconic statement building consisting of a sports pavilion within the grounds of Millfield


Murraydown, Badgworth

The brief was to design an individual, sustainable house and to take advantage of the large garden to the rear of the client’s p


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30 September 2014

Bespoke House In Glastonbury

Collier Reading Architects have recently been granted planning permission for a bespoke new build house on the outskirts of Glastonbury, Som...

29 September 2014

Residential Redevelopment, Tetsworth

Collier Reading Architects were approached by ‘Equibuild’, a division of Martin Collins Enterprises based in Berkshire, to prepare a set...

25 September 2014

Residential Development, Tisbury.

Collier Reading Architects were approached by L&W developments ltd to clear planning conditions and subsequently produce a set of workin...