New Website!

Here is the new website for Hubbard Architecture, redesigned and updated to be viewed on mobile phones, iPads and all other shiny and new technology- I hope you like it!

Projects for Sale

Would you like to build your own home but do not have the time to find a site, design your dream house and wait for planning permission?

Several of the projects we have been working on over the last couple of years have received planning permission but remain unbuilt and are now on the market. They may fit your requirements.

House 2 at Curfield, a five-bedroom detached dwelling, is available for sale through Matthews Benjamin in Windermere.

For those with deeper pockets and greater aspirations, Hubbard Architecture designed a detached house for a large plot with lake views at Countysmeet, Windermere. This is a large five bedroom house in a very contemporary style- lots of glass and wood- which received planning permission in 2012. This property is now on the market with Hackney & Leigh in Windermere.

In addition, the Pullwood Bay apartments are currently on the market being sold as individual properties. These are available through Matthews Benjamin in Windermere.

If you would like to discuss the potential of any of the above projects, and other projects not listed, please contact Phillip Hubbard at Hubbard Architecture Ltd.

Building in the Country

Hubbard Architecture’s Bowfell swimming pool extension project was featured in Cumbria Life Interiors Autumn 2012 supplement in the ‘Fresh Perspectives’ article about contemporary architecture and design in the country. This article features projects from an exhibition of local architects work, ‘Building in the Country’, organised by The Lancaster and Westmorland Society of Architects (LAWSA).

The exhibition was created to promote LAWSA members work to show the possibilities for interesting and engaging contemporary architecture and interior design in country locations, particularly the Lake District National Park. Oak House, a new house in Windermere by Hubbard Architecture, also featured in the exhibition.

The exhibition has been shown at Lakeland’s Windermere store, Architruck at the Westmorland County Show, The Theatre by the Lake in Keswick, and Lake District National Park Authority office at Murley Moss. The exhibition will be shown again in Architruck at the Westmorland County Show on 12 September 2013, and will be touring the region throughout 2013 at venues to be announced.