Leaf Architecture began life in August of 2010 and marks the 10 Year Anniversary with 10 key projects, which is difficult amongst 740 projects totalled so far!

We would like to thank all our clients, colleagues, friends and family for all their patience and support over the years – we couldn’t have done this without you, thank you.

No.1 Langton House, Tur Langton
Contemporary extension to Grade II listed house with oak cloister fronting the driveway, frameless glass elevation to the garden with zinc roof. Nominated for an RIBA Award.
No. 2 Broughton (no. 58 Church Street)
New build contemporary house adjacent grade II listed church utilising local inspired materials – ironstone, dark cladding and optimised renewables.
No. 3 Atterbury House, Welford
Contemporary stone and zinc extension and full restoration/refurbishment of house (with Faber Design) and landscape (CH Landscapes)
No. 4 Shuckburgh House, Naseby
Contemporary single storey extension to grade II listed house in bronze cladding and frameless glass by Ultra-line with salvaged stone and brick
No. 5 Welham Road, Great Bowden
Extensive remodelling of 1970 property with floating timber accommodation, black brickwork and contemporary interior (nearing completion)
No. 6 Honda R&D Facility, Milton Keynes
Working with Faber Design we designed this new 20,000 sq ft high tech research and development facility for Honda.
No. 7 Stamford
New build family house inspired by architectural styles from the ‘arts & craft’ movement and mid 20th century characteristics of minimalist aesthetic, an emphasis on bringing the outdoors in, and the presence of angular structures, due for submission 2020
No. 8 Paragraph 55/79, Leicestershire
An exceptional/innovative, sustainable and ecologically sound family house in open countryside in rammed earth due for submission 2020
No.9 Telford Mann HQ, Kettering
New build 3 storey 9,000 sq ft head quarter office development with a further 5,000 sq ft staff & wellness centre using local stone and renewable technologies.
No. 10 Church Brampton, Northamptonshire
New build contemporary house inspired by local vernacular using ironstone, black zinc, clay and sedum green roof adopting a SIP build system.