Looking for architects in Edgbaston?

Lapworth Architects have worked on dozens of projects in Edgbaston area, providing beautiful homes, elegant extensions and period restoration for over 20 years. 

Our keen eye for detail, clever design and local experience mean that we are specialists in residential architecture in places as unique as Edgbaston and Harborne.

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They key to our success in Edgbaston is offering complete service and designs tailored to our client’s requirements and the specific conditions of building on the Calthorpe Estates – we work most frequently on listed building projects here, but have designed and completed new build mansions and restored the fabulous local landmark Simpson’s restaurant.

These projects need high-quality designs in keeping with unique conditions of the area, and we’re fortunate enough to have a warm and productive working relationship with Birmingham City Council and English Heritage, as well as Calthorpe Estates. This means that our design work is sensitive to the special architecture and overall vision of the area, and that our planning permission applications – even for listed building projects – are thorough, considered and highly likely to be approved.

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Award winning architects in Edgbaston

Our projects in Edgbaston include residential new build project and refurbishments on Highfield RoadNorfolk RoadGeorge RoadSomerset RoadFrederick Road and, one of our star projects, Simpsons Restaurant

Every project has been carefully designed, planned, built and finished to an excellent spec, whether for a developer or private individual, and we’ve won awards such as the CABE ‘Building for Life’ Gold award, the Green Tree Awards and several categories of the Birmingham Post Housing Design Awards. 

More recently we’ve featured in the Housebuilder Awards 2019 for our work on Haseley Manor, and we featured in the Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2019 for our Courtyard Gardens development and additional landscaping.

Our experience in larger developments and period refurbishment projects gives us the edge over our competitors, as we have the basics of top-notch residential architecture down. 

But whether you’re looking for a new build house or two on a plot of land you own, or looking to modernise and extend your current dwelling, Lapworth’s team of Edgbaston architects and planners can help you.

The advantage of our architecture service for our clients is clear, honest communication – you tell us what you want, and we incorporate it into our designs – seamlessly and elegantly. In Edgbaston, our project with both contemporary and period designs that are comfortable for you and fit into the existing context.

Whether you’re looking for a sleek new home, restore antique architectural features, or make the best return on investment you can, Lapworth Architects has the experience you need to make it happen. We’re so confident in our approach and service that we offer a completely free, no obligation consultation without any requirement or expectation to progress.

Whether you are restoring a period building or rebuilding and improving your home, get in touch with Lapworth Architects in Edgbaston today on 0121 455 0032, drop us a message or write to us on our live chat for some friendly, honest advice about your project.

Why Lapworth Architects?

Experience

Our 20+ years of work mean great design and good relationships with planning departments across the region to give our projects the best chance of getting planning permission and starting building.

Knowledge

Our breadth of local knowledge makes us an efficient and sustainable choice of architect, and we have a vested interest in improving our own  built environment right here in the West Midlands. 

Professionalism

At whatever stage you’re at with your project, if you’re looking for honest, quality advice from real professionals, chat to us, leave us a message or call us on the number at the top of the page. Let’s talk!