Looking for a home architect in Oxford or surrounds? Let Resonant Architecture handle all your architectural planning and design

Posted August 17, 2021 by Resonantuk21

The design-led practise that is founded on 20 years of experience
People's expectations and dreams are often embodied in architecture, as in many facets of man's material cultural goods. But to some extent, those expectations and dreams have changed over time, and so have the ideas about what it is that makes buildings look beautiful because there is also a greater focus on sustainability these days.

Resonant Architecture in East Oxford (UK) specialises in workplace and residential architecture, as well as education and heritage architecture, and this architecture company combines modern architecture with sustainability to minimise the negative environmental impact of buildings through efficiency and moderation in use.

Environmental sustainability is not only a new trend, but for several years now, there has been a growing concern over climate change, and reducing environmental impact in the construction industry has therefore also become essential, if not critical. As the nature of the construction industry is generally based on the use of natural resources, Resonant Architecture strives to promote an eco-friendly environment through its unique design, which is based on 20 years of experience in the industry.

“At Resonant Architecture, we are familiar with, and we comply with the UK and local planning policies, and we customise our approach to every project not only to meet the requirements of the brief but also to maximise the chances of success at planning. We can provide you with a home architect anywhere in Oxford, to Cowley, Cambridge, London and South Oxfordshire. Regardless of whether you are looking to build a new house, or simply expand your existing home, we offer everything from sustainable design and strategy to advice on operating or optimising your home so that it can become an eco-friendly home,” Tom Dawson, company director of Resonant Architecture said.

Reducing energy consumption is just one of the key areas that Resonant Architecture focuses on when designing a new house or any extensions to it. This refers to the energy that comes from many different sources and is used within the building. There are many different ways to reduce energy consumption and for Resonant Architecture, sustainable architecture means building designs, including structural and systems that promote sustainability and environmental conservation.

Electricity and heating methods, as well as the materials used for construction, are some of the aspects being reconsidered in homes that are considered environmentally friendly, and therefore, Resonant Architecture has partnered with a wide network of trusted professionals in this field, to ensure there is no shortage of design creativity or existing methods to develop sustainable houses.

To find out more about Resonant Architecture and its services, be sure to visit their website.

About us
Resonant Architecture is a design and research consultancy with a focus on sustainability and materials. Our design practice is founded on 20 years of experience, and we specialise in residential, education, workplace and heritage architecture. our work is inspired by landscape, cities, opportunity, communication, craft and the importance of place. We devote our time to understanding the needs and aspirations of our clients and delivering beyond expectations. We work collaboratively with leading specialists on strategy and design proposals for low energy design, recycling and up-cycled materials, integration of low-impact transportation networks and passive energy-use. Please visit our website at http://resonant-architecture.com to find out more.
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Business Address 31 Bartlemas Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom OX4 1XU
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Categories Architecture , Services
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Last Updated August 17, 2021