OUR DESIGN PRINCIPLES
Although every project is unique, all our designs are guided by our desire to deliver high quality environments that use available resources responsibly for the benefit of future generations. We believe that good quality design develops through observation and the active process of learning by doing. The maker culture, with its focus on technology and open-source sharing of ideas, greatly inspires our design values. We take pleasure in the handmade, the use of local, natural materials and the enjoyment of simple things. We believe that real luxury derives from the ability to live in harmony with one's environment. The inspiration for our work is rooted in our knowledge that we are an integral part of the natural world. Our ultimate goal is to make sustainable and low impact living accessible to all.
Nancy recently moved to Wales from Glasgow where she gained her Part 2 at Glasgow School of Art.
After gaining her Part 1 at Plymouth University she worked in Bristol on multiple listed buildings and structures. She is now looking to channel her experience in conservation to more sustainable design solutions at MWD.
Morgan graduated from the University of Wales, Trinity St David’s in 2020 where he studied his Part 1.
He has a keen interest in compact living and sustainability, endeavouring to design with inclusivity and access in mind.
We love it, it’s so much more amazing than anything we expected or set out to build. It would have seemed wrong to have knocked down the old house, and keeping it has definitely enhanced, not compromised, the space we’ve ended up with. The whole house is turning out to be so much more than we ever expected!! We are still chuffed to bits with how it’s taking shape and can’t wait to move in.
Mrs Sioned Timothy., Carmarthenshire