Architectural Practice established in 1988 – London – Lewes – Brighton – The South East and International experience in France and the Middle East.
The practice is now based in Rottingdean Village east of Brighton offering a variety of design and management services in the fields of Architecture and Planning and affiliated to an Interior Design Group.
The practice is experienced in Housing Association and Private Residential Development, Education, Police Buildings, Sports and Leisure and is involved at all stages of the design process from initial feasibility, site assessment to detailed design and project management.
The practice has earned a reputation for dealing with problematic sites from which it creates elegant and effective design solutions. We have a high level of success with the local councils and are appropriately tenacious in achieving consents either by negotiation or by implementing the appeals process. By paying attention to detail and adhering to robust professional standards, we produce sustainable buildings and strive to achieve distinctive architecture.
The practice aims to establish a close working relationship with clients and looks to fully understand the requirements of each particular project. Its responsive and inventive design service fully respects the clients budget and timescales.
Kim Strasman. BA. (hons) BArch (Hons) RIBA
Broxbourne Grammar School
Studying Architecture and Environmental Design at two Russell Group Universities:
- Nottingham University 1971-1974
- Liverpool University 1975-1977
Registered as a Chartered Architect in April 1980