Architects in Worcester
List of Worcester based architecture firms offering commercial and residential architectural services.
We aim to bring a bespoke approach to each problem our clients face - offering no standard answers, no ideas already prepared for other clients, only thoughtful cost-based solutions - commercial yet innovative, sensitive to planning and conservation pressures yet pushing those constraints to the limit in favour of our clients.
Adrian Hutt Architects is an independent practice, formed in 1981, consisting of a highly effective team supported by a consortium of professional personnel across a wide range of disciplines. Adrian Hutt Architects provides the full range of services defined in the Royal Institute of British Architects "Plan of Work". Services provided include: Free 1/2 hour consultation in our office, Programming
The Practice was established in August 1987 by David Davis after eleven years experience in various Practices. The company philosophy is simple: the 'better by design' principle is applied to all projects for all clients. The company believes through better design, the best value, most sustainable, project can be realised, meeting and hopefully exceeding client expectations and needs.
Lett and Sweetland Architects was formed in 1990. The practice currently consists of three directors, a designer, architectural assistant, practice manager and a consultant. The practice is design led, and priority is given to the quality of design at all stages. We work closely with specialist consultants to achieve an integrated building form. Projects range from green field new build to those of
BGP McConaghy Architects was formed in January 1999 by the merger of three well established practices, BGP Beardsworth, Gallanaugh & Partners, McConaghy Architects and Rowe Elliott & Partners. In particular, we have extensive experience of Sports/Leisure, Commercial/Industrial and Housing projects, requiring high levels of involvement and consultation with the clients and end user. We combine incisive