R W Armstrong has once again featured in Country Life’s exclusive list of the Top 100 architects, interior designers, builders and garden designers in the country. Among the projects highlighted was our work with esteemed architect Ian Adam-Smith, involving the restoration of an Edwardian country house in Surrey.
Glynde Place in East Sussex has been crowned the winner of the 2017 Historic Houses Association (HHA) Restoration Award, sponsored by Sotheby’s. The Restoration Award recognises and celebrates the work being undertaken by Members of the HHA throughout the United Kingdom. These projects reflect the dedication of owners to the care and sympathetic restoration of … Continued
Jackmill House, a Grade II* listed Jack Mill recently restored and re-developed by R W Armstrong has won the Sussex Heritage Trust Small Scale Residential Award. One of the Jack and Jill pair, it is located on the ridge of the South Downs National Park. Jack Windmill had fallen into disrepair and the architects were … Continued
Dædalus conservation, R W Armstrong’s conservation division, have been awarded a category win for Glynde Place at the 2017 RICS South East Awards. The award saw Dædalus triumph over 12 other sites shortlisted in the Building Conservation category. The next round will be the Grand Final later this year. The awards ceremony also saw shortlistings … Continued
R W Armstrong is extremely proud to announce that following the successful completion of Jack Mill House, the project has gone on to win two prestigious RIBA Awards; the RIBA South East Award 2017 and the RIBA South East Conservation Award 2017. The judges commented that Jack Mill House is “an example of progressive conservation, inventive … Continued
We are thrilled to have been featured in Country Life’s rank of ‘The Best Builders in Britain’ for 2016! Nine of the country’s top builders were featured in the article, which advised wiser clients to choose quality and longevity over price, in an age where smaller builders often carry greater risk. Hugh Petter at ADAM … Continued
We are delighted to announce that R W Armstrong has picked up another award at this year’s Sussex Heritage Trust Awards! The Trust is a registered charity established in 1977 and has since awarded many projects for their efforts to conserve, preserve and rejuvinate our architectural and natural heritage. The charity’s motto, ‘design for the … Continued
We are thrilled to announce that one of Daedalus Conservation’s recent projects has been awarded Project of the Year at the RICS Awards, London 2016! The prestigious RICS Awards were established to ‘celebrate the inspirational initiatives across the built environment’ and are held in extremely high regard industry-wide. Hampton Court Palace was nominated by Historic … Continued