Residential Bath Architects
Bath is a city layered with both topographical and historical challenges, creating a unique working environment for residential Bath architects. Alex Tart Architects have extensive experience working both in the city centre as well as the wider Somerset region. Our substantial background working on listed buildings and within conservation areas has been proven invaluable to delivering against our clients aims in the area.
Throughout these projects we have worked closely alongside the clients and the Bath and North East Somerset planning and conservation departments to ensure the requirements for all parties were met and that planning and listed building approvals were granted.
Our team members are equally comfortable working in both contemporary and traditional styles. Our approach to both is uniform in the pursuit of the high quality. Whether these are employed separately or intertwined with one another, is dependent on context as well as the client’s unique brief.
Our experience has been that architectural involvement on a project from its infancy through to completion achieves the best results. Equally however, we appreciate that every project is unique and are always willing to cater our input to align with a client’s specific intentions.
The realities of undertaking a building project may seem daunting. We prioritise building a close relationship with our clients, offering advice and guidance on how to progress through the process of design and construction. This close understanding allows us to best translate a client’s aims and desires into functional yet beautiful spaces.
Alex Tart Architects is a Chartered RIBA Architectural practice based in Putney, SW15. Our experienced and passionate South London based team specialise in delivering high quality residential architecture. We pride ourselves on our ability to produce beautiful, high quality classical and contemporary residential designs. We strongly believe there is place for both styles.Please CONTACT US to discuss your project.