We are delighted to have received planning permission for residential development at SD Studios, Portsmouth. The application comprises…
Multi-award-winning architecture design practice
A multi-award-winning architecture design practice operating from its design studio in Hampshire. We have a continually growing reputation for exceeding client expectations in delivering exemplary contemporary and traditional architectural projects.
We specialise in the rapidly growing key niche market of designing contemporary low energy luxury homes, together with traditional homes, works to Grade-Listed buildings and sites falling within designated areas such as Conservation Areas and the Green Belt.
Clients have reached new horizons in wanting low energy luxury homes or buildings that function and meet their everyday needs. In their pursuit, clients may face many challenges, constraints and obstacles either inherited through the nature of the site and environment or to meeting national and local planning policies or finding suitable consultants and contractors.
To ease you from unnecessary stress and strain, in getting your project off the ground or attempting to gain planning permission that may seem daunting to work through or achieve and often feels like an uphill struggle with a maze of challenges; it is not impossible to tackle with the right solution.
How we can help you…
Meet TSBP Architecture, a multi-award-winning architecture design practice – the choice of many; to design, advise, assist and guide you through your building project from commencement to completion.
Our experience can prove invaluable, coupled with our inspirational architectural designs have consistently provided the wow factor and life enjoyments for today’s clients and end-users; and for those generations to follow.
We think you’ll love these inspirational architectural designs >
Preparation and Brief
Obtain Client’s requirements. Develop ‘Project Objectives’ and ‘Initial Project Brief’. Undertake site appraisal and collate site information including getting site planning history and checking site relevant planning policies. Carry out necessary building and/or topography surveys. In addition, the nature and size of your project will dictate the extent of various studies and assessments required to be carried out during the early project stages.
Prepare ‘Concept Design’ including tentative outline proposals and review with the client. We use the latest in 2d, 3d and architectural visualisation software to communicate our designs of your project to you. As a result, we are able to output our designs to the multi-award-winning BIMx visualisation software for 2d and 3d building project navigation experience on your mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop. Additionally, BIMx helps us to link the design and the construction team during your build. Learn more about what BIMx offers >
Outline proposals are further advanced to ‘Developed Design’. Preparation and submission of a Planning Application to the Local Planning Authority (where required) incorporating application drawings and documentation necessary by the LPA for validation and registration purposes and to enable the application to be determined within a set time frame.
Prepare ‘Technical Design’ incorporating architectural, structural, building services information, and specialist designs. Preparation of a Building Regulations Application and submission to either the Local Authority Building Control or an Approved Inspector.
Production Information + Tender
Prepare ‘Production Information’ with either a specification or bill of quantities and/or schedule of works and ‘Tender Documentation’ in sufficient detail to enable tenders or tenderers to be obtained.
Identification and evaluation of potential contractors and/or specialists for the project. Obtain and appraise tenderers, and submit recommendations to the client.
Project Management, Construction,
Handover, Close Out + In Use
Letting of ‘Building Contract’ and appointment of Contractor. Administration of ‘Building Contract’, including regular site inspections, meetings and review of quality and progress. Provision to the contractor of further information as and when reasonably required. Preparation of ‘Financial Report/s’ to the client.
Completion of building project works and formal handover of building to the client for occupation. Conclusion of ‘Building Contract’.
Preparation of ‘As-constructed’ Information.
Finally, post-occupancy evaluation and client/end-user support. Post-project evaluation of performance and feedback for use during the future life of the building or on future projects.
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Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2020
Hunters Hill House and Stockhouse Farm
Winner of Best Boutique Development Award-
Boutique projects — conversions and new builds, typically with fewer than a dozen homes — appeal to design-conscious buyers seeking individuality and exclusivity. The challenge is to deliver financially viable, genuinely bespoke homes, often on difficult plots requiring exceptional creative thinking. (Award criteria).
Winner of Eco-living Award-
A one-off “green” home or development that responds to today’s great environmental challenge and meets or surpasses industry or government targets in terms of energy efficiency, carbon reduction, recycling and sustainability. Homes must also be sympathetic to their location and/or add a fresh dimension that helps save our planet. (Award criteria).
In choosing award winners, judges look for homes and developments that reflect or exceed current best practice in the house-building market, specifically in the areas of:
Quality of design, Utilisation of space and light, Energy efficiency, Environmental positioning, Architecture, Value for money, Use of materials, Location, Innovation, and Quality of finish.