williams

architecture

A practice borne out of a desire to provide a personal, high quality and professional service to clients backed

by a wealth of experience and a

hands-on, can-do attitude.

 

We design buildings, objects and exhibits that function well but also delight those who experience them.

 

We relish the challenges that come from working on a very diverse range

of projects in the UK and abroad

and we are able to  bring experiences from one type of project

to another.

 

We work tirelessly to exceed client expectations in all aspects of our work.

 

We enjoy what we do and believe that our clients should also enjoy the experience of working together

through the creative process.  

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We are proud to be the architectural custodians of two Cathedrals

 

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detailed illustrations of our work

on these great buildings

 

 

Metropolitan Cathedral of St David : Cardiff

 

Designed by Pugin and Pugin, and opened in 1888, the Cathedral was almost destroyed during an air raid in 1941. It was simply repaired and re-opened for worship in 1965. We have undertaken a feasibility study for the reordering and partial restoration of the Cathedral and have assisted in the creation of The Cornerstone, a community facility located in the abandoned Ebenezer Chapel opposite

Cathedral Church of St Anne : Leeds

 

Over the last 20 years we have cleaned and restored the exterior of the Cathedral removing nearly a century of soot and city grime from the masonry, cleaned and restored interior stonework, adding new flooring, lighting, heating and sound systems. The Cathedral has been reordered and we were responsible for the design of all aspects of the reordering including the new liturgical fittings.  

 

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