Who we are

Stiwdiowen was established in 2013 in order for us to work on projects where we could focus on what we feel passionate about – the sustainability of our communities within the built environment. We help people find the most appropriate ways to make their homes, community spaces and places of work more comfortable, whilst reducing their impact on the environment as well as energy costs, helping the buildings adapt to the changing needs of today. More recently we have developed a passion for a zero waste lifestyle at home and in the office. Sustainable design incorporates an element of waste reduction in many ways from sourcing local, low carbon materials with a high recycled content, or recyclability, to low energy solutions. However thinking about zero waste in design takes it a step further. We think about the full life cycle of every material from cradle to cradle, and help clients design their buildings with a zero waste lifestyle in mind. 

Our objectives

  • To improve the quality of existing buildings and the built environment in terms of use, saving energy and resources, whilst adding value.

  • Be sensitive to the communities that we work with and listen carefully to people’s aspirations and objections.

  • Spreading the word about sustainability, and encouraging others to do the same, through the work that we do.

  • Continually developing our knowledge and driving higher standards through testing and research.

  • Being proud of the work that we do and the way that we do it.

What we do

  • Full architectural services

  • Feasibility studies

  • Concept designs

  • Measured surveys

  • Building refurbishment & conversions

  • Extensions & loft conversions

  • Planning applications 

  • Historical buildings & listed building consent

  • Property development

Why Stiwdiowen

We draw from our experience of a wide range of projects and pride ourselves in our listening skills that help us explore and meet the real needs of the people that will live,work and play within the finished spaces. Approaching each design as a unique set of requirements, without a hidden agenda, put us in a good position to tackle any challenge that we might have the opportunity to come across.