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We are a small Architectural Practice based in Malvern providing full architectural services for both Residential and Commercial clients. With experience ranging from new build commissions, refurbishment to Listed and non-listed buildings and small and large extensions, our portfolio of work expresses our individuality and enthusiasm for both traditional and contemporary Architecture. The practice is led by Matthew Gullick a RIBA Chartered Architect. Having over 12 years post qualification experience as an Architect and working for a number of Small and Medium practices he has gained a wealth of experience. With a range of varied projects large and small, Commercial and Domestic and with works to Listed Buildings and New Builds, Matthew took this experience and opened his own practice in 2012 in his home town of Malvern. We offer a bespoke service package for our Clients. Working closely with them from the outset we compile a package which not only meets our clients needs but surpasses their expectations in a finished result which has gained repeat commissions.
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Bathroom Design, Building Conservation, Building Design, Drafting, House Extensions, House Plans, Project Management
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Matthew design changed a 1970 bungalow into a contemporary 5 bedroom house. Matthew worked tirelessly with us in the design stage to get the right feel and look for the house. His patience at changing and trying different designs in the early stages in commendable. He has the ideas passion and vision which he communicates to the client and all building construction professionals. A great innovator. He is a good listener, ensured project came within budget and time frame and solved all the issues and problem associated with any build in a calm and professional manner. I would throughly recommend him as an architect.
4 August, 2015Last modified:7 August, 2015