Sophie Bates Architects

Sophie Bates Architects

Sophie Bates BA(Hons) Dip(ARCH) RIBA, is the founder and owner of Sophie Bates Architects, a London based studio established to deliver innovative, contemporary residential architecture and interiors.

e: sophie@sophiebates.com
t:
07725 501683
a:
The Boathouse Design Studio, 27 Ferry Rd, Teddington TW11 9NN
w: sophiebatesarchitects.com

Sophie Bates Architects

About Sophie Bates Architects Established in 2010 after working award winning practices since 1998, Sophie Bates Architects is a London based studio established to deliver innovative, contemporary residential architecture and interiors. Our commitment to quality, detail, creativity, professionalism and delivery covers all scales of work, from small scale remodelling, extensions and refurbishment to new build […]

How to Add Light to a Victorian Villa | The Decor Cafe

Sophie Bates BA(Hons) Dip(ARCH) RIBA, is the founder and owner of Sophie Bates Architects, a London based studio established to deliver innovative, contemporary residential architecture and interiors.

e: sophie@sophiebates.com
t:
07725 501683
a:
The Boathouse Design Studio, 27 Ferry Rd, Teddington TW11 9NN
w: sophiebatesarchitects.com

How To Add Light To A Victorian Villa

Having worked as a residential architect for 20 years and starting Sophie Bates Architects in 2010 it was definitely about time we extended and refurbished our own home. By removing the chimneybreast and building in open kitchen shelving up to the ceiling with a hatch to visually connect the kitchen to the front room, light flows into the centre of the house.

A Guide to the Planning Process by Sophie Bates

Sophie Bates BA(Hons) Dip(ARCH) RIBA, is the founder and owner of Sophie Bates Architects, a London based studio established to deliver innovative, contemporary residential architecture and interiors.

e: sophie@sophiebates.com
t:
07725 501683
a:
The Boathouse Design Studio, 27 Ferry Rd, Teddington TW11 9NN
w: sophiebatesarchitects.com

A Guide to the Planning Process

When looking to extend or build a new home, gaining planning permission is a necessary but sometimes tricky requirement.  Having worked as a residential architect for twenty years, here are my recommendations to making the process as smooth and successful as possible.

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