Lee & Ross Architects is an Oxford based RIBA chartered practice formed in 1985 by Peter Lee and Richard Ross.

The practice has an extensive portfolio covering projects throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties including houses, shops, offices, student accommodation and restaurants.

Our clients' continued involvement is a key issue in the success of any project all of which are approached with expert architectural advice, enthusiasm and friendly professionalism.

As well as designing new buildings we can skilfully alter, adapt and extend existing ones. This requires an appreciation and detailed working knowledge of traditional construction techniques on buildings of historic value.

We place great emphasis on context, materials, shape, form and light. Our buildings are discreet, elegant, well designed spaces, carefully detailed and well-crafted to respect and enhance their environment.

The practice has won several Oxford Preservation Trust awards in recognition of its contribution to the preservation and enhancement of the city’s heritage together with a Royal Institute of British Architects regional award.