MP Architects LLP have won the BUILD Magazine Award, Local Architecture Practice of the Year 2021 – Essex
Now in its sixth year, BUILD’s Architecture Awards programme continues to be an annual cornerstone, highlighting 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 when designing beautiful new homes, stunning extensions, brilliant office space, practical commercial buildings, and beyond.
Seen as a clear leader in this category for our innovative design and commitment to sustainability wherever possible. We were recognised for undoubtedly embodying the very heart of architecture with a desire to push boundaries whilst maintaining functionality.
Discussing the success of these deserving winners, Awards Coordinator Kaven Cooper praised the programme’s winners: “The Architecture Awards have always endeavoured to be a barometer for the greater industry. A moment to pause and reflect on the successes and growth businesses of all sizes and in all locations have achieved over the previous 12 months. I am proud to recognise them all and wish them a fantastic 2021 ahead.”
Martyn Pattie – BA Arch (Oxford), Dip Arch (Oxford), RIBA, ARB commented, “We are incredibly proud to receive this award. After a year that has been defined by unprecedented challenges, I am grateful to my team and delighted they can be recognised for our long-standing commitment to providing outstanding Architectural services in Essex. My team of highly skilled RIBA Accredited Chartered Architects have found ways to exceed expectation and thrived regardless of the many challenges COVID-19 presented us with.
We look forward to continuing to build on the success of this award, supporting Essex Homeowners and Developers with some very exciting projects in the pipeline”
Author : Jessica Parkes
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