Juliet Colman architecture
practice profile

Juliet Colman architecture

The practice combines experience, expertise and enthusiasm to undertake a wide range of architectural and interior projects throughout the United Kingdom and abroad. The practice offers a complete co-ordinated architectural and construction design service, including feasibility studies, Planning and Listed Building applications, Building Regulations approval and the management of any construction up to completion.

 

We have special expertise to provide a holistic approach to the upgrading, adaptation and restoration of buildings for either new uses or upgrading internal facilities. We have developed a particular expertise in bespoke residential architecture and dealing with sensitive planning issues.

 

 

Juliet Colman BA(Hons) DipArch RIBA SCA

Juliet Colman is an RIBA accredited Specialist Conservation Architect. Having trained at Oxford Brookes and UCL and having worked with some of the UKs leading Conservation Architects in London, she has over 25 years experience and a special interest and expertise in the conversion and restoration of historic and listed buildings of all grades. She places particular emphasis on their adaptation for new uses and the sensitive marrying of the 'new' to the 'old'. She is driven by bespoke design solutions whilst working closely with her clients to ensure the best interpretation of their dreams with an attention to detail whilst overseeing the works on site.

Juliet Colman has provided consultancy to other architectural practices in the preparation of complex schemes for the conversion of historic buildings for their new uses.

 

Juliet is a Governor at Stowe School and sits on the Development Building and Works Committee, she is a Trustee of the Stowe House Preservation Trust and also Chairman of the Trustees for 78 Derngate, the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Museum in Northampton.