Architects in Bermondsey
List of Bermondsey based architecture firms offering commercial and residential architectural services.
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We enjoy creating bespoke and characterful places that are moulded by the specific opportunities within each individual site and brief. Our design solutions seek to provide for the demands of humanity and integrate technological opportunity with the precious influence of nature and our climate.
Dinwiddie MacLaren was founded in 1986 by James Dinwiddie and Graeme MacLaren. Operating from a converted Victorian mission hall near London Bridge, the Practice has a forward thinking and open-minded approach to design. With a wealth of design experience across a diverse range of buildings including commercial offices, private houses, schools, medical surgeries and industrial buildings we are able
Over the past 20 years our buildings have made a significant difference to their surroundings. The practice has revitalized architectural landmarks, such as Michelin House, Butlers Wharf and Bluebird Garage, produced the greenest building of its time, the Longman Headquarters in Harlow, and designed new developments for City Lofts all over Britain.
At DEWJOC we seek to design buildings that are safe to construct and maintain; that are accessible to all sectors of the community; that are economic to run and maintain; and that are a delight to look at and to work in. Most of all we seek to create buildings that meet our client's aspirations.
Pierre d'Avoine Architects is based in central London with an international portfolio of clients, a reputation for inspiring work, built to high standards, and a strong supporting commitment to research and development across the fields of construction technology, environmental sustainability, and cultural contextualism, which has been widely recognised. The practice, which has operated as a highly-qualified
AiR was set up in 2003 by Kate Cheyne and Jo Townshend and is now a four person practice with a varied portfolio of work from bespoke houses and cafes to community centres and key worker housing. The Practice has successfully delivered complex design projects consisting of tight budgets, constrained sites and ambitious, but considered designs. AiR is led by the desire to be thorough in the analysis