Absolute Architecture is a local based architectural practice owned and run by Stuart Bond who holds a BA Honours in Architecture, a diploma in architectural design and is a member of RIBA. Offering planning advice and practical solutions Stuart has a wealth of practical experience and many satisfied Evesham area clients.
New Builds and extensions.
Stuart initially trained as an architectural technician and working locally for a prominent Evesham architectural practice, Stuart has the technical background which provides clients with a practical and cost effective solution whilst also achieving the aesthetic aims.
Architecturally trained at the University of Plymouth Stuart was elected into corporate membership of the Royal institute of British Architects in 2002 and formed his own practice Absolute Architecture in 2003.
Experience gained over the last twenty years in the construction industry and working within many sectors including demanding areas such as healthcare and prisons, together with social housing, industrial and commercial clients has brought well informed and diverse abilities to the company and Absolute Architecture still maintains this diversity of roles within the current workload and client list. Our Clients list is on our website
Amongst the services provided by Absolute Architecture are:
New Builds - Single dwellings or developments. Extensions - Creating extra living space on existing sites Commercial - Industrial premises redesigned or new build Leisure - Pub and Restaurant refurbishments Domestic - Extensions and redesigns Site Appraisal- Advisory visits to discuss concepts Drawings, Tender & Planning applications Advice on Planning regulations and procedures.
In short if you need an experienced architect with a wealth of experience and a friendly professional manner then call Stuart to discuss your ideas or visit his website.
Absolute Architecture surveyed our modest semi, recommended a layout to suit our requirements, prepared the drawings for an extension and managed the planning/building control. The process was trouble...