Do you need some ideas for your project but don’t want to sign up for all the bells and whistles? Why not pick our Architect’s brain for an hour or two?
We all know of someone who has built their house or bought a house that turns out to be dark, cold, not enough storage, rooms in wrong locations, rooms are so disconnected from another that they are never used, hallways are too big and have no real function and so on.
You obviously understand this already as you are browsing websites like MORE Architecture and Houzz to find ideas and solutions for your project that will last generations. The last thing we want is to build or add on only to regret an element of design when it is too late.
The Perfect Solution is to invite an Architect to visit your project so you can pick their brain
If you don’t want to sign up to the full architectural service you can now book an architect for a morning or an evening. During this time you have unlimited access to our architect who is fully focused on delivering you ideas, solutions, and advice that is completely bespoke to your project.
Additionally, you get to keep any and all sketches and designs that our architect will come up with during his visit. So, you actually receive physical designs you can further develop if you wish.
If you feel you would like to meet our architect and utilise his years of experience an training without signing up for elaborate more expensive services simply click the button below which will bring you to our Appointment Form.
Who is the Architect that will be visiting you?
Ian is a registered member of the Royal Institute of Architects Ireland. Ian graduated from Waterford Institute of Technology in 2009 as an architect. Ian initially graduated from W.I.T as an architectural technologist. He decided to extend his time in Waterford by signing up for the architecture degree.
After graduating in 2009 as an architect Ian quickly gained experience in Planning Permission consultancy while working for an architectural practice in Virgina, Co. Cavan. However, it wasn’t long before the call of larger projects came knocking on Ian’s door. He decided to emigrate to London where he would have the opportunity to work on large scale projects for high-end clients.
Having returned home in recent years to raise his family, Ian partnered with his brother to form there own architectural practice.
“We are very professional, but this doesn’t mean we can’t be easily approached, give great advice and have fun in the process. “
This design consultation will be fun and exciting and will give you clear and concise ideas specific to you and your families needs.