2PM Architects offer complete architectural services from design to completion on site. The practice partners Mathew Byron and Peter Wraight are both RIBA Chartered Architects. Our office is just offAbbey Road in St John's Wood, NW8 and our small team of highly skilled architects bring an exceptional level of design flair, attention to detail, and professionalism to each of our projects.
Our approach to any design begins first with the Client. Understanding fundamental requirements, aspirations and working with Clients to form a comprehensive brief is the key to our project success.Along with this, thorough exploration of existing sites helps us to produce schemes that balance ideas with pragmatic responses. We have extensive experience working in central London. This depth of knowledge is a great strength when we approach new work, but is not all we draw on for designs.
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After working as an Associate with CZWG Architects on a variety of medium and large scale commercial and residential schemes in inner London, Anita Sen left in 1989 to establish Anita Sen Architects.Since its inception the practice has completed a diverse range of small to medium scale projects across private, commercial and public sectors. Peter Arnold joined the practice in 2006 and together Anita & Peter formed Anita Sen Architects Ltd in 2008.
Sophie Hicks Architects was formed in 1990 by Sophie Hicks while she was a student at the Architectural Association in London. It has evolved continuously. The practice started by designing privatehouses. This taught us about listening to clients and understanding their needs and that attention to detail is key to producing a successful piece of architecture.
Mishcon Architects are an award-winning practice with wide experience of a range of building types both for public and private clients. We take pride in our principal aims: to work closely with ourclients to produce memorable and enjoyable places that relate sympathetically to their surroundings and to do so to the highest standards of craftsmanship and innovative design. Our main aim, though, has always been to make buildings and spaces that exceed our clients' expectations.
Wolff Architects can provide advice on all forms of planning applications and advise on which other consultants will be required to submit supporting information for applications. Together with thisinformation we are able to submit all the required documentation as part of the application process. We have worked with a number of Local Authorities across the country and in particular have a great deal of experience working with all the London Authorities.
Ian Wylie Architects is a small-to-medium sized specialised practice with a strong focus on high quality private residential projects, both in London and the UK. The firm was established in 2006following extensive professional experience, mainly on listed buildings, for over 25 years. For the 12 years prior to setting up his own practice, Ian Wylie was the in-house architect to a significant organisation, representing the property interests of a private family.
The practice is involved in a broad range of project types, with expertise in private and public sector housing, medical, recreational, educational, industrial, commercial, retail and community basedprojects, with contract values ranging from £20,000 to £6m. The primary focus is work on private houses and flats for individual clients both at home and and abroad.
Tchaik Chassay studied at the Architectural Association in London. Qualifying in 1968, he then worked with Edward Cullinan Architects London between 1969-81 and became a senior partner. In 1982 hefounded Tchaik Chassay Architects. Tchaik Chassay has been lecturer and visiting tutor at Bristol, Hull, Oxford Brookes and Thames Universities. He served on council of the Architectural Association since 1982 becoming its Vice President in 1986.