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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.

New Extension, Stone Allerton

The existing property enjoys views across the levels to Crook's Peak and Brent Knoll and this extension creates a light and airy c


Bambalan, Colston Tower, Bristol

Collier Reading were appointed to obtain planning permission and approval under the Building Regulations to allow the conversion o


Orangery, Stone Allerton

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


Bespoke House, The Beacon, Street

Our brief was to create an individually deigned dwelling house for the Lead of Pastoral Care to include a private meeting room sep


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


Extension & Refurbishment - Glastonbury

Our clients required a more modern and enlarged kitchen/breakfast room as well as a remodelling of the roof space to make the most


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26 May 2017

Congratulations Wendy!

A big congratulations to Wendy, our Receptionist and friendly face on the front desk who has been working for Collier Reading for 25 years t...

9 May 2017

Welcome Pointcloud!

Collier Reading Architects are pleased to announce our merger with local planning consultants and surveyors, Pointcloud Limited. We wil...

16 September 2016

Exciting project near Glastonbury nearing completion….

The scheme comprises of a new build single storey dwelling situated on three levels following the contours of the land and utilises sedum ro...