We are an award winning RIBA Chartered architectural Practice established in 1993 and based in Sussex with high quality design at the forefront of our approach to every project providing aprofessional service to our clients aiming to be inclusive and enjoyable from inception to completion. Our experience is wide ranging having successfully completed many buildings of varying types and sizes in a variety of locations and settings working on new, existing and listed property.
Most of our projects are based in Sussex, particularly in Hove and Brighton, but we occasionally take on jobs further afield and are keen to expand and work along the whole South Coast and London on aregular basis. DK Director, David Kemp, is a keen member of the Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum; where residents come together to have their say about local development.
We are a small architect's practice in Brighton and Hove largely dealing with residential projects - refurbishments and new-build - with particular experience of working with Listed buildings. Thecompany can provide architect's services for any stage of a building project, for example up to making a planning application, or can take a project from the earliest feasibility assessment right through to completion.
We combine a holistic approach to design, encouraging a spirit of collaboration with clients, colleagues and partners to deliver memorable customer experiences. Our multi-discipline practicespecialises in the creation of original brand identities and graphic design, RIBA accredited architectural services and interior design. Each service is offered as part of our strategic design package and as stand-alone service.
Belmont Designs is family run practice and we try to offer a very personal service. We realise that people's requirements can not always be met from 9-5, so we are happy to be flexible and fit in withpeople's busy lifestyles. We were finalists for the 2010 South East LABC Award for building excellence for a new house in Piltdown, East Sussex, as well as being awarded a 2010 Sussex Heritage Award, for the best designed traditional house in both West and East Sussex.
At Graham-Watts Partnership, we enjoy sharing our client's passion and vision. We take pride in evolving, what starts out as an idea, into a well designed building that exceeds expectations. Our teamnever compromises on architectural quality, combining traditional technique with modern design. In return, our clients trust and return to us for our expert, personal service.
We specialise in residential projects, extensions, refurbishments, house makeovers, roof conversions, basement alterations and garage conversions. We also design new homes, listed buildings and canundertake small retail and commercial work. We are also members of Checkaprofessional. It is a testimony to the practice that a lot of our new business enquiries are from repeat clients and recommendations.
A brief consultation will help develop your initial thoughts into a design brief. We will discuss your time frame, budget and above all your ideas, tastes and functional requirements for the project.From this we can look at the way forward and plan a route as risk and stress free as possible to achieve the finished product. I will then give you a break down of my fees and what you pay for in terms of my services. There is obviously no obligation should you decide not to go ahead with the project.
Felce and Guy is based in Brighton and Hove and is a flexible, professional and caring architects practice specialising in residential, educational and recreational building projects. With experienceranging from domestic alterations and extensions to large commercial buildings we are able to respond quickly and creatively to a wide range of design challenges.
Mohsin Cooper are an RIBA Chartered Practice based in SW London and Brighton & Hove. We are expert in adding value through exemplary design, for both domestic and commercial clients. Adopting arational, design led approach we have consistently demonstrated our ability to transform sites and existing buildings, often in the context of challenging planning restrictions.