Interior Design Architectural Services

We offer an option full interior design service.

Whether for new builds or for extensions to existing houses, our design process involves constant alternating between viewpoints; working from outside in and back again from inside out, so that these two positions influence one another and ultimately form a coherent whole.

Whilst working from ‘the inside out’ it’s natural for us to look at interior material finishes. From there it’s a short step to selecting fixtures & fittings, lighting and a range of interior architectural details.

Using the latest 3D visualisation, animation and virtual reality technology, we’ll show you exactly what to expect. Together we’ll evaluate materials, colours and textures, light and shadow. We’ll consider every detail, right down to the handles and light switches.

Our Capabilities

  • Bespoke kitchen design
  • Bathroom design
  • Fitted furniture and joinery design
  • Interior visualisations
  • Furniture selection
  • Selection and specification of interior finishes (floors, walls, ceilings)
  • Selection and specification of fixtures and fittings
  • Material sample boards

Visualise Your Home

See your new space come to life before the bricks are laid with virtual reality walkthroughs. Make informed choices, explore every corner and enjoy that excited feeling.
How much does it cost for interior design?
Interior design is an optional service and will cost in the range of 2-3% of your construction budget.
Do you take commission on purchases on behalf of your clients?
We do not take commission or any incentives from suppliers so that all trade discounts are passed to our clients in full.
What is the difference between an interior designer and an architect?

An architect is a trained, qualified professional registered with the ARB (Architect’s Registration Board). Interior designers have varying degrees of formal training or qualifications. A professional interior designer may be registered with BIID (British Institute of Interior Design).

An architect brings a broad experience to balance and navigate all project requirements including, planning and building regulations, technical and structural aspects. As the lead consultant on the design team the architect is best placed to coordinate all aspects of a scheme; structure together with architectural elements and any specialist design items (such as bespoke stair designs).

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We’ll listen to your ideas and give you our informed opinion


We’ll tailor a strategy and scope of service to suit your needs


You’ll receive an initial project brief and a clear mapping out of the next steps, together with our fee proposal

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Find out if we are the right architecture practice for your project.

Relevant Projects

Zig-Zag House

A full width rear extension to a London terraced house in the Queens Park Conservation Area.

Slim Studios

The conversion of a single family dwelling into 3 individual, high-end studio flats in Camden.

Collector's Flat

Full refurbishment of a 260sq.m. mansion block apartment  in the Portman Estate Conservation Area, Marylebone

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