We are an architectural practice who work with disabled clients to design new homes, extensions and adaptions, enabling our clients to have a home that fulfils all their needs and is also a functional space to enjoy with their friends and family.  We have many years of experience helping disabled clients design beautiful homes that meet a wide variety of needs. 

Gary is in a unique position to be able to help disabled people design homes that truly work for them as a wheelchair user himself following a life changing accident in 2002. After his accident he obtained a first class degree in Architectural Technology giving him the professional qualification to be able to work on projects from conception, technical design and through to completion. 

We offer advice on the disabled grant process working with Occupational Therapists and other professionals to support an application. 

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Always good to receive positive feedback from a client! 'I found GD Cooper on line after having had a dreadful experience with the architects recommended to us. After transferring to GD Cooper for our technical drawings the entire experience changed from stressful to exciting again. Gary has an honest, practical and solution focussed approach. He provided results quickly and came up with a far better final plan than we'd had before. I could not recommend him highly enough and will definitely recommend him to anyone needing architectural services. My only regret is that we didn't find him first. Thank you so much Gary for making me excited about this project again' ... See MoreSee Less
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We are excited to be taking part in the second Kandu Live event! Tuesday 17th November at 5pm: Getting the Most out of Home Life, hosted by Rob Smith from Active Hands.Representatives from G.D Cooper Architectural Services, Trabasack, Accessible PRs, JMSGary will be part of the panel, on hand to answer questions on how to adapt your home and to talk all about accessible design.Join Us via Kandu Group or via our facebook page ... See MoreSee Less
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