Welcome to The English Listed, where the art of conservation architecture meets a commitment to the environment and innovative passive low-energy design. Our mission is to bridge the gap between history and sustainability, preserving the past while shaping a greener future.
At The English Listed , we understand that our architectural heritage is a precious link to our collective identity. With a reverence for the stories held within historic structures, we embark on a journey to restore, renew, and reinvigorate while honouring the intricate narratives that define our built heritage.
But our vision doesn't stop at preservation; it extends to transformation. Guided by our passion for the environment, we breathe new life into time-honoured spaces through the lens of sustainable design. Our approach is not just about buildings—it's about responsible guardianship of our planet.
Drawing inspiration from nature, we embrace passive low-energy design principles that harness the elements to create comfortable and efficient spaces. Through meticulous orientation, strategic material choices, and an understanding of airflow and daylight, we weave eco-conscious solutions into every thread of our designs.
As architectural designers, we have a responsibility to our environment both large and small to change things for the better. At The English Listed, we invite you to join us in shaping a world where we respect the past and shape a more sustainable future—a world where every structure stands as a testament to both our legacy and our responsibility.
Made from Corten, Brass & Copper, Elyzien design and manufacture high performance, treble glazed thermally broken or solid doors from raw metals which naturally form a beautiful patination to the surface. Virtually maintenance free in any weather or environment and featuring high security Wink Haus locks and traditionally-crafted Dauby ironmongery, Elyzien doors will add a rarefied beauty to architectural projects contemporary and traditional alike.
Consultation is integral to our approach; it consistently makes sure that you’re happy with the end results. It is a practice we adopt with design professionals and building owners alike.