Contemporary Sustainable Design

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PAD studio is an award-winning architecture studio, based in the south coast’s picturesque New Forest town of Lymington. This rural location nurtures and inspires our holistic approach to architecture, which is strongly rooted in landscape and place, whilst also being a very short distance from London. 

We believe where you Live, Work, Play and Grow can be beautiful, unique and sustainable. We work closely with our clients to establish strong relationships, striving to make the journey as enjoyable as possible to deliver a bespoke building that surpass expectations. 

Our work is heavily influenced by architectural narrative and a holistic approach to sustainability is embedded in every project. Have a look at our project page to see how we can inspire you to Live, Work, Play, Learn and Grow. 

The studio is actively involved with architectural education, working closely with future members of the profession in several Higher Education establishments across the UK. PAD studio was recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) as 'Emerging Architect of the Year - 2014'.

 

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Featured recent projects

SketchPAD

Our architectural picks of Lymington

We are fortunate to be based in the historic and picturesque town of Lymington, uniquely situated between the New Forest National Park and the sea. This stunning location nurtures us and inspires our work, as such we thought we would share some of our favourite architectural aspects of the town. …read full post


Visions for West Hayling - an exhibition

Manifesto point #10 ‘We teach in schools of architecture and this is core to our development; ‘we teach best what we want to learn.’ …read full post


Topping Out at Gardener’s Cottage

Manifesto 22: We are mindful that we need to look from a distance to see the trees that make up the forest. …read full post