“Total design is nothing more or less than a process of relating everything to everything”
Since 1993, our Practice principles have had focus on evaluation and presentation of ideas which are then discussed/reviewed and fine-tuned with both clients and other professionals as required, which affords a considered final solution.
This process leads to proposals having a real sense of shared ownership of development between you, the client, the contractor, and ourselves during the process. Practice principles continue to focus on evaluation and presentation of ideas which ultimately offers the best final solution for you.
HOW WE MAKE IT WORK
The practice model has proved to be highly scalable to suit client demands, as demonstrated recently when acting with close client collaboration on a Brooks Murray designed double helical staircase for a major investment bank in Canary Wharf.
We are continuously kept busy by our long-term “Corporate”, “City” and “Local Government” clients with such exciting projects as maintaining Corporate Portfolio’s (across the UK) and providing “on demand & on-site” Architecture / Space Planning presence.
RIBA Chartered Practice
We are an architectural practice registered under the Chartered Practice scheme of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and has chosen to adopt a formal system for managing the uality of work. The model employed for this is the international Standard BS EN ISO 9000 – Quality Management Systems and we have used guidance prepared by the RIBA (The RIBA Quality Management Toolkit) and supplementary guidance from other authoritative sources.
The practice maintains Professional Indemnity Insurance up to £1M and Public Liability Insurance of £5M. Certification can be provided on request.
Please Contact Us
Telephone 01245-222692 or 07973-835067 anytime. Alternatively send us a message using our contact form.
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