Extensions are a very popular way to increase the size of your property and people often choose to do this rather than move house however it is vital that any extension is designed to suit both the requirements and the budget of the client. Some important considerations which should be explored and included are:

  1. The best use of the natural light
  2. The most effective use of the space
  3. Access both internally and externally
  4. Construction issues especially structurally to ensure that the existing building is altered in the most economically way possible
  5. Any negative effect on neighbouring properties 

Because our team bring a wealth of construction experience to the design of our extensions we can deliver innovative and functional designs while addressing these important points.

Below are a selection of our extension projects. If you have any questions about these or would like to discuss your own project then please do get in touch.

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'To create designs that exceed our clients expectations'

Paul FitzHenry,


Rachel Collins
ARB Registration Number 076823E

Ruta Kreivyte
ARB Registration Number 074329A

Architects - NDM Architects - Architects Registration Board


We cover all parts of East Devon and West Dorset

Sidmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Seaton, Axminster, Lyme Regis, Bridport, West Hill, Honiton, Exmouth and More

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NDM Collins Architects
Office 1
The Grove
The Underfleet
EX12 2FU

01297 552622

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