Author Archives: Stephen Waldron

Chance for Childhood Project, Rwanda

The school in the mist. This year, architect Stephen Waldron was commissioned by Chance For Childhood, a UK charity funded by Comic Relief (among others), to design a new residential school for deaf children in Musanze, north Rwanda, East Africa – not far from where the famous mountain gorillas can be seen!  Stephen left south… Continue Reading

Merry Christmas from SWA

Stephen and Rod here at Stephen Waldron Architects, would like to wish you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous 2016. We’ll be closed from lunchtime on Tuesday 22nd December, and will be back at our drawing boards on Monday 4th January 2016. Enjoy your celebrations! Continue Reading

Auction property development

A growing area of work is to develop schemes on sites and properties bought at auction by private individuals looking to invest in property to create a more reliable and substantial pension fund. A recent commission is a 1-acre site in Tylorstown adjacent to the Rhondda river. A flat site, within the settlement boundary, and… Continue Reading

The baby grows!

At the tender age of 4 years, Stephen Waldron Architects has taken on its first member of staff. And do you know what? We’re delighted! Rod Chambers is our new Architectural Technician and has been thrown right into the deep end as in his first week we travelled to London and NE Surrey to meet… Continue Reading