Chartered Architects for care homes in Slough, Berkshire

Chartered Architects for care homes in Slough, Berkshire

RIBA accredited architects specialised in designing integrated retirement communities, care homes, villages and supported living accommodation

Carless + Adams is an independent, award winning Architectural practice that provides professional advice and services in architecture for integrated retirement communities, care homes, care villages and supported living accommodation. The passion that Carless + Adams has for the care industry sector is founded on their knowledge, research and understanding of the needs of the UK’s elderly population and retirement living demands.

Based in Slough, Berkshire, Carless + Adams is a chartered architectural and construction consultancy working with care home operators and contractors across the UK who have identified appropriate areas to build or renovate an integrated retirement community, care home, care village or supported living accommodation property. Adapted living to cater for additional physical and mental needs is considered in the architectural designs, especially in the case of dedicated dementia care facilities.  Carless + Adams as architectural designers they work closely with interior designers and specialist elderly care equipment providers to make the care home residents lives the best that they can be.

Our team is skilled in writing planning applications and managing the planning process through to approval status. Our Team provide detailed quality design technical drawings to progress through planning and have detailed knowledge on listed and heritage building status. As specialised care home designers we ensure our knowledge and CPD is kept up to date and we are skilled in designing sustainable developments for the care sector.

Passionate commitment

We operate in a niche, specialist area of designing for elderly care. Our knowledge is built on by our passion for the care industry sector and designing for the future.

Authentic Partnership

Working with contractors and care home operators Carless + Adams builds relationships to deliver an outstanding design service and technical drawings every time. Our drive to provide quality design for retirement living means we are working towards the same goal.

Dedication to Excellence

Our team of experience architects speak to our clients about their needs and design retirement properties considering these requirements as well as the landscape, access routes, planning restrictions while embracing sustainable design methods.

“We would recommend Carless + Adams to anyone seeking a knowledgeable care home architectural service providing help and advice at every stage in the process.”

“Carless + Adams is passionate about what they do, highly organised and provided impressive designs. The work was well led and implemented. You have a happy client, well done.”

“We appreciate Carless + Adams’ attention to detail and creative approach in bringing KYN’s exquisite care homes to life and consider them to be an integral extension of our own professional team and a highly valued partner.”

Our architectural services for clients in the Slough, Berkshire area include:

Understanding what our clients and the future residents and carers need from a care home, care village or support living accommodation drives us, to ensure that they feel inspired to live the life they deserve. The quality of the designs and sustainable techniques used in each development will help to achieve this for them. Our design process explains the way in which we achieve this.

Meet the Carless + Adams team

For more detailed information and a meeting to discuss your care home, care village or assisted living design or construction requirements please call us on: 01628 665 131 or email: enquiries@carless-adams.co.uk

Call us today for a chat about your project.

Our services

Our dedicated team of experienced architects and technicians undertakes all aspects of architectural commissions

Our team

We won’t achieve what we want to achieve for the care sector if we don’t have the best people