Renovize Homes Architects
While programmes such as Grand Designs and The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes have been exciting and inspiring new homeowners to recreate, design and build their own homes. The reality is often a daunting and costly affair. From understanding project planning to building regulations, we wanted to create a business that is a one-stop shop for those wanting to design, build, construct or renovate their properties. We don’t just work with new builds but also work on restorations, extensions and conversions. Our aim is to make the journey between concept and construction a stress-free reality. We even have interior designers that can help furnish your house so you can simply step into your new life
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Before ideas can be formed and implemented, we believe in the importance of listening. We take our clients vision seriously and believe they have full creative design over their projects. By listening to one another, our Architects and Structural Engineers can turn ideas into workable, planning approved projects. By meeting our clients one on one we can assess and develop the brief, providing our clients with a full assessment and quote, free of charge.
After the initial brief, the design phase begins. We always start our design process by exploring the multitude of options out there, working in an environmental and ecological manner. We work by delivering clear concepts that can be modified by the client and fits within their vision. By bringing together light, space and material, we offer bespoke architectural designs.
Our clients are involved from the beginning, meaning they can trust and rely on us to deliver exactly what they’ve asked for. We offer 2D and 3D architectural drawings as well as supplying a range of data and drafting sharing technology, meaning our clients can effortlessly collaborate. Throughout our process, we aim to make sustainable, eye-catching building that represents our clients exactly the way they’ve asked.
How We Work?
We know it takes a whole team to build a house. That’s why we look after our team and our clients like they’re extended family. By holding weekly design meetings and encouraging impromptu debates we enhance our collaborative skills and knowledge. We believe everyone has something worth saying and listen attentively to people’s ideas and thoughts about all design projects. We place value in people. This means that our teamwork with each other to design buildings that compliment the landscape, the area and the vision set out by our client
We design everything with the local and global environment in mind. We want our buildings to stand the test of time without depleting or causing harm to the world. Therefore, our Architects consider the implications of pollution, carbon emissions, light resource and depleting resources from the moment we take on your project until the end. By considering the local habitat, we design with nature in mind; helping to protect and enhance the landscape. Our aim is to design and build structures that compliment the surroundings.
We aim to build a sustainable future.
List of Useful Terminology from The Times Magazine
Planning Application Drawings
Basic drawings for planning approval
Building Regulation Drawings
Specific drawings, which address issues such as health and safety and disability access
Used on site to construct the house
Sent to builders to price the development
What an architect becomes when they impartially manage the client-builder relationship
Computer aided design used for elevations and plans as well as 3D models
A designer who is not an architect
Professional Indemnity Insurance
All architects are required by ARB to carry this to put right any serious errors