Evergreen Architects are an architecture practice based in Anglesey, focused on designing sustainable residential buildings. We have built a network of local manufacturers and contractors to streamline the delivery of our buildings. We use BIM 3D software to collaborate with the wider design team and express our designs more clearly to our clients.
The clients vision has been to create a modest, sustainable three bedroom home, which takes full advantage of the views over Snowdonia. The house is timber frame, insulated with straw bale and clad with charred cedar and is in the process of being built by the client.
Formerly St Pius Church in Bethesda, this building has been repurposed as a Cheese factory. The ground floor is fully kitted out and refrigerated for cheese production and maturation. The first floor will have a cafe for visitors. Additional skylights will bring in more light and give views to the surrounding landscape. The ground floor will be extended to the rear and above is a new terrace. Photovoltaic panels will offset some of the building energy use and retrofit insulation to the roof will improve its thermal performance.
This detached two bedroom house in Pentraeth, overlooks Red Wharf Bay. The building design mixes tradiational and contemporary styles. Large glazed windows and decked areas will harness the atmosphere of the surrounding countryside and seascape.
The material palette will be modest and use locally sourced materials such as timber, slate and stone to connect the building with the surrounding landscape. Natural wood fibre insulation will be utilised, reducing the carbon footprint of this building.