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In every case, we deliver the most appropriate solution that satisfies your vision, specification or problem. Especially for home extensions and domestic refurbishments, we have a clear, pragmatic residential architectural philosophy. Mostly we work in the Cambridge area, and are based near St John's Innovation Centre, Cambridge. With decades of experience, we know the thinking, policies and practices of the local planning officials.

Over many years, we've assessed the strengths and weakness of the local contractors. Usually we select three to five appropriate builders to tender. Once work commences, our client's thinking sometimes changes, or the chosen contractor uncovers problems with the existing foundations or the building. Many contractors rely on these changes and problem to make their profits.

There is some innovation in building materials. We devote considerable time to meeting suppliers and attending exhibitions. Where appropriate we utilise these products, e.g., if they are cheaper, require less maintenance, or look better.
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Our architects' approach is different, effective and benefits clients. We work together with local contractors, planners, neighbours and other interested parties. Consequently, projects proceed smoothly. Tim Bonavia, one of the most experienced architects in Cambridge, leads our practice. Tim studied at the Cambridge Department of Architecture, and

If you'd like to brainstorm multiple options, we'll provider cost-effective pencil sketches. Once we've refined an appropriate design, we can obtain planning permission. We pride ourselves on our ability to utilize unusual space to create useful areas. These areas improve the efficiency of your home. We also like to create spaces that suit our client

Major building design and project management clients in Cambridge include: Kings College Prep, the Windmill Special Needs Pool, Wesley Methodist Church, and Mayfield Primary. Two squash courts with changing room and viewing galleries, for use by Kings College and the school;. New block comprising Computer & technology suites, staff room, and extended

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