Ask an Architect - Saturday 17th April

Chris Askew- Askew Cavanna Architects

I have been lucky enough to work as an architect for a good many years. Ten years ago I established my own practice in the heart of Bristol. It is a youthful and diverse practice with four other talented young architects - we work on projects for co-build and community groups, self builders, charities and creative businesses. Working ethically and sustainably is at the heart of our business. We aim to make a difference for those we work with. We also have a lot of fun.

askewarchitects.co.uk

 

Terry Pinto - Pinto Associates Architecture & Design

Terry is a chartered architect with over two decades of experience having worked in large practices to small conservation architects on a number of high profile schemes across the country prior to setting up PAAD in October 2010. His passion is a belief in sustainable, ethical design that is accessible to all, and to provide buildings that are right for their location and owners whilst enhancing the environment.

http://pa-ad.co.uk/

 

Andrew Brown - Oxford Architects

Oxford Architects is an RIBA Chartered Architectural Practice with offices in Oxford and Bristol. We strive to achieve contemporary, sustainable and innovative residential designs to suit our client’s brief, budgets and programme.

In partnership with our clients, our desire is to design and deliver architecture that fulfils its aspirations, contributes to place and is a pleasure to be within.

For every residential project we provide a bespoke design service that responds specifically to the site’s context and client’s needs.

https://www.oxford-architects.com/

 

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