CK Architecture was founded by Charlotte Knott in 2018. Charlotte is an RIBA Chartered Architect who has worked with practices in Hereford and Worcester since 2009.

Charlotte's interests lie in all forms of architecture, from small extensions and re-modelling projects, to new build houses and other types of building. She is an advocate of sustainable architecture and enjoys designing to a high degree of sustainability including utilising high levels of thermal insulation, passive ventilation and solar gain to minimise the reliance on fossil fuels; including technologies such as photovoltaics, ground and air source heat pumps, rainwater harvesting and recycling, high levels of air tightness & mechanical ventilation and heat recovery systems (MVHR); and using natural materials that are locally sourced where possible.

Charlotte is also a Certified PassivHaus Designer, so if you are considering constructing a low energy home that is comfortable and cheap to heat then please get in touch.

Since gaining her bachelor's degree Charlotte has worked in practices in Hereford and Worcester, where she has gained experience in working on projects including house extensions, remodelling and refurnishing projects for both listed and un-listed properties; loft conversion schemes; new build house design, including sustainable dwellings; schemes for multiple houses; conversion of existing  buildings into flats; new facilities within churches; clubhouses for sports clubs and community centres.

Charlotte is listed on the ARB's Register of Architects and is also a member of The AECB (The Association for Environment Conscious Building) and is an RIBA chartered architect and certified Passivhaus designer.