AFGUK Architects was founded in 2010. The managing director of the practice is a registered architect and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects with over 20 years of experience inproviding professional architectural services. He has worked for a number well known architectural practices in South West England and South Wales before setting up his own architectural practice in 2010.
I qualified in 1966 from Bristol University and am now in practise as Ronald Shirley Chartered Architects in Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire. I have been in practise for over 30 years and am aMember of the Royal Institute of British Architects and also hold a degree of Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) awarded by Bristol University. I hold a Diploma in Architecture awarded by the same University.
Lewis Foster Lewis are a small team of design professionals who aim to provide our clients with a comprehensive architectural service. As architects we aim to provide a sound working relationship thatwill contribute significantly to the success of a project. Time spent in preliminary discussion about the requirements, the timetable, the budget and the nature and cost of professional services is time well spent.
We design bespoke residential, commercial, community and education buildings with a specialism in environmental design. We believe that the initial creative design ideas are fundamental to deliveringthe best solutions, practically, financially and aesthetically.
Liz Thomas is an independent, chartered architect based in Bristol. She specialises in the extension, conversion and environmental upgrading of domestic property and has extensive experience ofworking on historic buildings. Recent projects include the design of an accessible apartment in Hertfordshire and the conversion of a barn into a large family house in Monmouthshire.
Jonathan Lees Architects LLP is an architectural practice based in Bristol and Mid-Wales. We specialise in traditional techniques of hand drafting, painting and practical model making to helpvisualise our designs and to develop the initial concept through to construction. We undertake domestic, public and commercial commissions and focus on high quality design and development of projects through careful planning and meticulous detailing. Both Partners are co-founders of Jonathan Lees Architects.
Bishop Architecture brings high-quality, practical and sustainable architecture to businesses and private/residential clients. We're a small Bristol-based practice and we bring a personal approach toeach project. Every building is different, every occupant an individual: that's what makes our work enjoyable and invigorating. Our Bristol location is at the heart of the South West of England and gives us easy access to South and East Wales.
We are an imaginative, energetic and successful practice based near Bath. We enjoy what we do enormously, and take great pride in the results we achieve. The practice draws upon a wealth of experiencethroughout its close-knit and highly-talented staff, who share a collective passion for considered, innovative design. Each project, irrespective of budget, size or timescale, is unique and viewed from a fresh perspective; this perspective is always client- and context-driven.
The aim of the practice is to introduce Clients into an environment in which they feel comfortable to contemplate and explore the potential of any given brief for a building. This process affordscircumstances within which pre-conceived ideas and ideals can be reorganised, transcending both their ambition and aspirations of the initial idea. This journey aims at realising a tangible product of distinct architectural merit that provides immense pleasure to all those who come into contact with it.
Marc-Louis Gani was born in Nottingham and had an informal apprenticeship accompanying his Architect father on to building sites and helping out in the family firm from age 14. Educated at CambridgeUniversity (Pembroke 1995-8) and Oxford Brookes (1999-01) he then spent time in the States and in Paris, before settling in Bristol where he worked for various practices including Ferguson Mann Architects.