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Welcome to Ford Gilpin Riley Architects

At FGR Architects Exeter we recognise that architecture has the power to transform. We aim to produce solutions that are functional and sustainable, inspirational and beautiful, but which also meet the practicalities of buildability, timescale and budget.

Although we are Devon Architects we operate throughout the Westcountry. Our buildings are noted for their bright, airy interiors, dynamic spaces and generous use of natural light and ventilation, which promote calm, welcome and comfort for their users.

Good buildings are the result of commitment and communication, so one of the most important aspects of our job is to fully understand our client’s requirements. We do not have a house style and each design is a response to context and brief, with the end-user at the heart of our design process. We always look to produce solutions which limit energy use and offer inclusivity for all. To find out more contact FGR Architects Exeter today.

Houses
Education
Medical and Care
Conservation
Sports
Community
Houses
Education
Medical & Care
Conservation
Sports
Community
Designs which respond to site opportunities, orientation and views, link dynamic interiors with outside spaces, and have low-energy credentials.
A wide variety of major new facilities for the leading Universities and Independent Schools in the region
Efficiently planned, state of the art surgeries and care homes which bring calm,
welcome and comfort to their users.
Worked extensively for the country's leading heritage organization producing contextual proposals for all types of heritage assets
Designers of some of the most prestigious sporting facilities in the region including major indoor cricket, tennis and fitness centres
We have designed a variety of multi-purpose community facilities within the towns and villages throughout our region.
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