Haysom Ward Miller Architects


Suite 4, Munro Court, Cambridge, CB5 8HY


01223 578545

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Haysom Ward Miller Architects is a Cambridge-based RIBA Award winning practice. Our work includes a wide range of projects from educational, ecclesiastic and housing developments to one off houses, listed buildings and other building types. We do not promote a singular architectural style or brand; instead we seek to develop an architectural language which is strongly rooted in the surrounding context. In particular, we aim to work with clients, building users or the local community to actively engage them in the design process. Services range from initial feasibility and concept studies through the planning consent process (we are proud of our very high success rate) to detail design and on to construction stage contract administration. Our designs are informed by practical knowledge and deep interest in the craft of construction and the properties of individual materials including timber, brick and stone. Haysom Ward Miller have an excellent track record on sustainability issues and long experience of low energy design, healthy buildings, traditional construction and innovative new technologies.


Gislingham PreSchool navigation-arrow

One of several timber framed pre-schools designed b the practice to very tight budgets and programmes.

Private barn conversion navigation-arrow

High quality conversion of an oak-framed barn to create a new, light filled family home for an art collector.

Private house navigation-arrow

High quality purpose-designed interior joinery including staircase and other fittings.

Radegund Hall, Coleridge Community Centre navigation-arrow

A new school hall built on a very tight site in the heart of a functioning secondary school, completed on time and on budget.

RSPB Rainham Marshes, Bird hide navigation-arrow

A new bird hide using modern off-site methods of construction to allow erection on a flooded site during a narrow window when birds would not be disturbed.

RSPB Titchwell, Bird hide and Information building navigation-arrow

A new bird hide on the north Norfolk coast, using off-site fabrication to minimise construction impact in an extremely sensitive location


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