We believe that homes are more than just physical structures that provide shelter, they are spaces where we bring up our families, socialize, unwind and retreat from the world.
Providing a long term and stable place to call home is fundamental in the design of our forward-thinking projects.
Prioritising people and place
We recognise that creating successful homes is about more than just bricks and mortar. In our residential projects we prioritise people and place. We engage with clients and communities alike to deliver housing schemes that serve residents’ needs and reflect their aspirations, creating neighborhoods that add to their context, bring together different generations, and that foster a sense of belonging.
We understand the micro and macro detail of housing design development and work alongside commercial developers, local authorities, and social housing providers across the industry to create active, thriving, sustainable communities.
Designed for This City, the scheme will deliver 118 new homes.
Work has started on a site at Eccles New Road, Salford, to build eight new move-on homes for the homeless.
The development has been designed with the view to meeting Passivhaus accreditation.
Plans submitted to Preston City Council for an iconic 19-storey landmark development on Moor Lane in central Preston have been approved.
Andy leads Buttress' residential and regeneration team and has the rare ability to cut through to the heart of complex issues to find a solution.
Ben is an associate director at Buttress who is experienced in the design and delivery of projects across a range of sectors, including residential, commercial and education.
Alison is an associate at Buttress with over 20 years of experience in the profession, specialising in the design and delivery of major residential projects.
Martin is an experienced architect who has successfully delivered projects across a broad range of sectors, most recently specialising in hotels, multi-residential, mixed-use, and masterplanning work.