Independent coffee shop now serving breakfast and lunch.

Now Serving Breakfast & Lunch!

6th June 2017

Crayon have been helping Finla Coffee Ltd get there first floor kitchen plans underway with initial designs, advice and relevant applications. After much success with their independent coffee shop, Finla Coffee, based on the ridgeway at Plympton, are now serving breakfast and lunch, which looks amazing! We’re pleased your first weekend went so well and we’ll see you next weekend for breakfast! Photo by: Finla Coffee Ltd

Local Plymouth Deaf Association planning application approved

Deaf-Friendly Flats Approved!

5th June 2017

Crayon attended the Plymouth City Council Planning Committee meeting on the 1st June, where the planning application for the 10 deaf friendly flats at Blake Lodge, was being decided. After months of working on the scheme closely with our clients the Plymouth Deaf Association and the local authority, we are so pleased to have the application approved! This is a great positive outcome for the local deaf community! We had lots of support at the meeting and here are all those smiling faces!!!

Happy New Year. New branding

Happy New Year!

3rd January 2017

Happy New Year from Crayon! For us the year has started with some new company branding, we would like to thank Head of Design for all their help and support on creating this new logo with us! We have a lot of exciting projects this year, with some new one-off houses, our continued work with Plymouth Deaf Association at Blake Lodge, Hospiscare and The Thatches Holiday Village! All the best for 2017, Andrea & Dan.

Site Visit in Peverell, Plymouth

18th November 2016

We were engaged to undertake the Planning Permission and Building Regulations stages for this two-storey extension in Plymouth. Today we were invited by our clients to see the progress on site. The new extension will include a new kitchen/dining area with utility & w.c., plus a new first floor bedroom with en-suite.

Timber frame complete for Cornwall annex

27th October 2016

An extension to a rural property near Truro is well underway. The prefabricated timber frame has good environmental properties and low embodied energy. It is also very quick to assemble and is less reliant on dry weather, when compared to traditional masonry construction. The annex will provide a family room, two bedrooms, bathroom, utility with wc and a flexible mezzanine level.