Hyde + Hyde Architects are emerging as one of the UK’s most interesting architectural practices with an innovative and highly individual philosophy.
Our work is defined by a rigorous consistency of attitude, quality, experience and research.
We undertake work in the UK and abroad for private, commercial and public sector clients.
Our aim is quite simple; to create exceptionally crafted – low energy buildings that exceed our client’s expectations.
Our work has been featured in the Sunday Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Grand Designs Magazine and has won numerous local and national awards.
Below are some things that motivate us and should give an idea of what you can expect working with us.
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Many of our clients have been with us for years. Long relationships are a testament to our service and commitment to our clients. Our clients are at the heart of everything we do.
You will find that we unreservedly demand perfection in our creative output, increasing investment value and the environment we create around you.
To ensure quality and consistency – our team work closely with our clients. You will get to know our team and can expect to see the same faces from initial design to work on site.
Each project for us is unique and reflects the varied circumstances of our clients. Architectural designs are developed using innovative materials, advanced structural strategies and sustainable technologies.
We don’t have an in-house style and are passionate about creating works of Architecture that combine the collective input of our clients, consultants and our experience of the world around us.
Is a fundamental component of architectural culture. We see this simply as an extension of our work in practice. Pedagogy is tremendously important to our work and the continuing evolution of our design studio. Both directors have taught and continue to lecture at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff and the University of Bath.
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