This annual awards cornerstone, which is in its 5th year, highlights the extraordinary work and expertise of Architects across the globe.
MP Architects LLP were awarded this impressive accolade by a panel of industry leaders in recognition of our expertise and skill that strikes the perfect balance of historic fabric with modern tastes when designing and transforming unused agricultural buildings into beautiful Essex homes, Offices and Commercial buildings.
Seen as a clear front runner in this category for our innovative yet practical design and commitment to the use of environmentally-friendly reclaimed building materials wherever possible, we were recognised for undoubtedly embodying the very heart of architecture with a desire to push boundaries and stay ahead of the curve.
Discussing the success of these deserving winners, Awards Coordinator Kaven Cooper praised the programme’s winners: “The Architecture Awards highlight only those who have proven themselves as paragons in the sector. I am proud to recognise them and wish them the best of luck for the future.”
Martyn Pattie – BA Arch (Oxford), Dip Arch (Oxford), RIBA, ARB commented, “We are incredibly proud to receive this award. As specialists in the Barn arena, we are delighted to be recognised for our long-standing history of working with some incredibly rewarding barn conversions in Essex. My team of highly skilled RIBA Accredited Chartered Architects prides themselves on supporting barn owners to achieve great designs for seamless flow and wonderful living spaces that they desire from a barn conversion along with rapid planning permission. We look forward to continuing to build on our success of this award with some very exciting projects in the pipeline”
If you own or are considering buying a redundant agricultural building to convert into a home, workshop, or office space, let us share our award-winning knowledge and design expertise with you.
M P Architects have been nominated for the LABC Award this year! Under the site based categories – Best extension or alteration to an existing dwelling.
Two projects have been put forward which were in collaboration with the Local Authority for Building Control – Epping Forest District Council.
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M P Architects have great working relationships with the Local Authority in both Planning and Building Control. We complete over 160 jobs each year. Give us a call to discuss your next development and see how we can help you to truly maximise your next opportunity.
Extension and alterations to a Grade II Listed Building in Magdalen Laver, Essex. These alterations received Epping Forest District Council’s 1989 District Design Award in the private client’s category.
BUILD Magazine Announces The 2019 Architecture Awards Winners
United Kingdom, 2019– BUILD Magazine has announced winners of the 2019 Architecture Awards.
Launched in 2015, each year the prestigious 2019 Architecture Awards recognise and acknowledge the outstanding works conducted by imaginative designers, engineers and visionaries, whose inspiring and memorable designs and structures enhance our horizons.
Focusing on a myriad of disciplines, the Architecture Awards strive to recognise and pay tribute to all who fall under the scope of Architecture. As energy efficiency and sustainability have become increasingly vital to modern designs, we will also pay homage to those who continue to design the healthiest and cleanest structures, with an added impetus on creating environmentally safe and friendly buildings.
Discussing the success of these deserving winners, Kaven Cooper, Awards Coordinator praised their hard work and commitment to excellence: “From the largest corporations and the small studios and practices right through to the hard-working sole traders, the Architecture Awards highlight only those who have proven themselves in this sector; only excellence is of importance. Each and every one of my winners has demonstrated this in abundance and I am proud to recognise them and wish them the best of luck for the future.”
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