We work with artists, architects, community leaders And Landowners to create spaces and buildings that feel like home.
Ben Pentreath’s architectural and interior design studio has established a powerful reputation across a variety of disciplines. From large master-planning and urban development projects, to private houses and playful interiors, the small and close-knit team works to create the best - whatever the project’s scale, size, scope or budget. Above all, the studio loves designing places; those that feel right for their location and work beautifully for the long term.
Tom is a talented photographer based in Birmingham. Having a keen interest in design, he enjoys shooting both large and small interiors as well as architecture. Alongside his commercial photography work he is a practising artist, working on personal projects and exhibitions focusing on colour, texture and shape in the environment.
For over 15 years Briary Energy have been helping independent, small, medium and large developers achieve energy efficient properties, balancing build costs with running costs.
Services offered include, SAP, Sbem and PSI value calculations, BREEAM and Energy Reporting.
The Bathurst family originate from Sussex where, in the 13th Century, they owned extensive lands and a castle. This castle was subsequently demolished, but the name lives on in Bathurst Wood, where its ruins can still be discovered. Since the First Earl’s time, the Bathurst estate has survived by careful stewardship through many generations. Following the death of the 8th Earl in October 2011, his eldest son Allen succeeded to the title. He and The Countess Bathurst presently run and oversee the estate for future generations.
Nestled in the heart of the iconic Sherwood Forest, The Welbeck Estate extends to some 15,000 acres, straddling the borders of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, in an area known as The Dukeries. The location gets this name owing to four historic ducal seats - Welbeck, Clumber, Thoresby and Worksop Manor. At their height, they covered a combined 88,000 acres, giving the whole area the quality of a totally self-contained world. During its long history, the Welbeck Estate has welcomed politicians, dignitaries and royalty, playing a role in many major milestones of the country’s history.