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About Us

JP Architects & Landscape Design is an award winning practice based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Formed by James Purdy the practice works closely with other skilled professionals to create exciting and meaningful projects that reconnect people with their environment. Each project requires a personal approach and investigation into the needs of the client and the nature of environment they live in. Through this dialogue projects are created that encourage people to use their home, garden or outdoor space in a more practical, effective and meaningful way.

Services Provided

3D Rendering, Accessible Design, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Conversion, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Boot Room Design, Building Conservation, Building Design, Complete Kitchen Renovation, Custom Build Home, Decking Design, Drafting, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Garden Plans, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Plans, House Restoration, Kitchen Design, Loft Conversion, Loft Restoration, New Home Build, Pantry Design, Passive Houses, Project Management, Site Planning, Site Preparation, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Swimming Pool Construction, Tiny House Building, Utility Room Design, Garden Design

Areas Served

Belfast, Northern Ireland, Holywood, Bangor, Hillsborough, Lisburn


Bloom 2016 Gold medal winner, Best in Category and Best Planted Garden. Bloom 2018 Gold medal winner for Large Show Garden.


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Business Details

Business Name

JP Architects & Landscape Design

Phone Number

07547 801202


Belfast, Antrim BT6 8NZ
United Kingdom

Typical Job Cost

£20,000 - £500,000


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