Anderson Orr

Evenfall project designed by Anderson Orr
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EVENFALL photographed by Andrew Beasley

Established in 2000, Anderson Orr is a RIBA Chartered, multidisciplinary studio specialising in high-end private residential work. Based across three studios in London, Oxford and Henley-on-Thames, the firm covers everything from country estates and contemporary homes, to specialist conversions and heritage revivals.  

North Barn project designed by Anderson Orr
NORTH BARN photographed by Andrew Beasley

Quality thinking and a considered design approach are at the heart of Anderson Orr’s ethos, where design solutions are tailored to suit the unique characteristics of each project and fully realise their client’s varied aspirations. The practice consists of a dynamic team of Project Architects, 3D Artists and Visualisers, Interior Architects and Technologists, ensuring each aspect of a project, from concept to completion, delivers high-quality and inspiring design.  

Owl Barn designed by Anderson Orr
OWL BARN photographed by Andrew Beasley

Having built strong relationships with external specialists, with each brief Anderson Orr curates a considered team. This can include the likes of Planning Consultants and Structural Engineers, as well as Master Stonemasons and Smart Home Technologists, each of whom share the same commitment to care and craftsmanship as Anderson Orr themselves. 

Contact Details:


  • Oxford studio: The Big Barn: Units 8-10, Oddington Grange, Weston-on-the-Green, Oxfordshire, OX25 3QW
  • London studio: LABS Hawley Lock, 1 Water Lane, Hawley Wharf, London, NW1 8NZ 
  • Henley-on-Thames studio: 28 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AH

Telephone: +44 (0)1865 873936



Social Media:

Instagram: @anderson.orr

LinkedIn: Anderson Orr

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