nSBRC - Self Build and Renovation

Ask an Architect Event - Saturday 24th February

Mark Kingsley
Mark Kingsley Architects
Mark Kingsley is a Chartered Architect, MSc in Energy Efficient & Sustainable Building (Oxford) & Director of MKA. Mark is an award winning Architect, Environmental Consultant, Lecturer & Expert (Ecobuild, Homebuilding & Renovating, Grand Designs Live). AECB Group Leader (Somerset, Wiltshire, Avon & Dorset).

Mark Kingsley Architects specialise in designing environmentally conscious, innovative and contemporary architecture. An award winning practice with a leading reputation for designing climate responsive homes & buildings.




James Bretel - Super Green Architecture

James is a chartered Architect and Director of Super Green Architecture. James specialised in sustainable architecture design at an early stage in his career and has gone onto gain qualifications in both residential and commercial energy assessment.


Our focus is to deliver passive sustainable buildings where the building will save and generate energy on its own with as little input from you as possible. Shortlisted for the Barratt Homes 2020 Homes of the Future competition, Super Green Architecture is adept at designing low energy homes both with a contemporary or traditional aesthetic. We specialise in the design of highly sustainable, passive and environmentally responsive buildings, something we like to call super green architecture. 







Svend Rumbold - Rumbold-Ayres Landscape Designers

Svend studied under six-times RHS gold medallist Duncan Heather and holds a postgraduate diploma in landscape design. His practice, Rumbold-Ayers Landscape Designers, focuses principally on residential projects for private homeowners and self-builders across the south and west of England. Svend originally studied at Oxford University and UMIST and is also a chartered engineer, with a broad background that extends from clean energy to agriculture.

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