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HBK Architects is a continuation of Houston Bell & Kennedy whose origins date back to c1900 when Thomas Houston commenced practice. Stephen Salley became sole owner of the practice after having been invited to become a partner in 1994 by his predecessor Eddie Mulholland. Achieve the home of your dreams. We listen to your needs, visualise your aspirations and mange these into the reality of your dream home. We believe it’s all about you. We feel that your project should express your personality and we have the creative flair and experience to help. A building project should be an exciting time and we have the passion and expertise to make the process enjoyable.
House & House Extension Designs Planning Permission Applications Building Control Applications Tendering Onsite Supervison
Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland
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2 Reviews for HBK Architects
£50,000 – £100,000
we were stuck with a house which we had outgrown, full of clutter and no room for living or relaxing. Stephen @ HBK designed and project managed our extension which we are thrilled with and provided a contemporary, open plan living space, where we can enjoy our family and free time.
7 June, 2016
> than £100,000
We hired HBK Architects to design our house, obtain planning permission and oversee the works onsite. From Day 1 Stephen & Ryan listened to our requirements and dreams and produced designs that were beyond our expectations. They were creative, professional and always communicated their ideas and technical aspects of the project very clearly to us. The whole process was enjoyable & fun. We would have no hesitation in recommending HBK Architects to our friends, collegues and family.
26 May, 2016Last modified:17 June, 2016
Commented: please could you tell me what the wood was and what it was treated witIROKO, the treatment was something I would need to go through our files for. Leave it with me and I will get back to you.
10 May, 2016
Commented: please can you tell me if it is cladding or real wood above the windowIn this case Alan it was real wood. We have used TRESPA in the past when the client does not want to maintain wood.
7 April, 2016