Interior Design creating the best ambience to suit your home While the main drive of an architectural scheme often focusses on the key issues of planning consent, building control issues, and the ‘bricks and mortar’ construction, the tone and quality of the interior design is arguably just as important; after all you will almost certainly be Read More >
This week planning permission has been granted for our scheme to create two new mews terrace houses in Rose & Crown Yard, Mayfair, Central London. The proposed development is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors. Each new house benefits from a self-contained garage. The brief was to replace two poorly set out flats Read More >
Planning and Development in Sensitive Locations There are a number of considerations to be borne in mind if you are planning works of any significance in a sensitive location. Firstly, what comprises a sensitive location? Read More >
5 Top Tips on how to find an Architect Congratulations! You’ve found an award winning architectural practice with a versatile design approach and many years of experience in designing and managing complex building solutions. But seriously, this is a question that many clients will ask their friends after deciding to do building work. Read More >
Contemporary Barn Conversion in the South Downs Work is in progress on site of a contemporary interpretation of the barn conversion. The site is nestled in the South Downs National Park with breathtaking long distance views across the downs. The existing buildings under consideration for this client comprised an eighteenth century stone built store house Read More >
AWARD WINNING ARCHITECTS IN SUSSEX Thursday 7 July, James Wells Architects won their first award at the Sussex Heritage Trust Awards 2016. The award was given to our design for Stones, Bignor a new build house of 4,000 sq ft in the South Downs National Park . The replacement home was designed in 2014 with the Read More >
The Beach House built in 2002 is now available for holiday lets. Situated in Pagham, West Sussex the house sleeps six in three bedrooms, with a guest bed for another two. If you fancy the experience of living in an architect’s own home then take a look at www.paghambeachhouse.co.uk Read More >
JWA is a dedicated team of architects working with James Wells. Based in West Sussex we design for new build homes, extensions, barn conversions and orchestrate plans for historically important listed buildings to work in the 21st Century. Our sister practice James Wells Commercial handles design for commercial projects including hotels, bars, restaurants and offices.
We handle projects with a construction value of £400K upwards.