We are highly creative and approachable architecture practice specialising in residential properties in SW London. We are passionate about turning your architectural dreams into reality by offering a personalised service to help you to create and build the perfect environment for now and the future.
As highly qualified architects with over 20 years’ experience, we enjoy the challenge of creating bespoke environments designed to the individual needs and requirements of each of our clients. We always include our clients in the design process: listening to what they want and helping them develop a brief for their home. Every home we have designed has been bespoke, because every client, site and project is different.
Quality, creativity, and effective project management are the three key elements to providing the best service for our customers; ensuring that the buildings we design become the homes they desire.
We are particularly passionate about hand drawing our initial concept designs – it’s a journey of exploration and we will never stop drawing by hand for the sheer enjoyment and mindfulness of the process.
In 2009 Keith Malone launched, Malone Architecture, an award–winning RIBA Chartered Practice, located in West Wimbledon, which specialises in both large and small domestic family builds and renovations, through to larger new-build residential projects.
Do you have a project in mind? Call Keith to talk your ideas through. He looks forward to hearing from you!
Here is a link to an article Keith wrote recently with some musings on how lockdown may affect how we choose to design our homes in the future https://thedecorcafe.com/top-ten-post-lockdown-refurbishment-tips/
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Building Design, Floor Plans, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Restoration, New Home Build, Project Management, Sustainable Design, Custom Build Homes, New Home Construction
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chartered Practice, Architect's Registration Board (ARB) registered, The Green Register