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Formerly Andrew Scott Associate Architects

Our approach

We believe successful buildings sit harmoniously within their surroundings. Working closely with our clients, we consider aesthetics, technical requirements and commercial reality to achieve results that exceed expectation.

Sustainability is thoroughly integrated into all our projects without it being an add-on. We start with the basics by maximising natural light and ventilation and create an efficient thermal envelope with the right blend of technology to create a home that meets the needs of the future.

What We Do.

Building a new home is a daunting prospect for many so Scott & Sampson will be your main point of contact to simplify the process. We listen to our clients’ needs and aspirations to deliver bespoke and exceptional homes.

Our approach maximises potential of the site by assessing its unique opportunities, ensuring the development is perfectly suited to its surroundings. As one of the top architectural practices in Barnet we have gained an outstanding reputation due to our long history of success.

Don’t move, improve. Working together we can maximise the potential by increasing the size and value of your home. Create the perfect space for your family to enjoy with a spacious, light-filled extension. Develop the perfect space, putting your own original stamp on the design to create a new heart of the home. Build a first floor extension or utilise that un-used loft space and add additional rooms to accommodate your growing family.

Whatever your ambitions, we’ll work with you to design a beautiful extension to suit your needs and guide you to simplify the build process.

Whether a young or an established developer we aim to address your specific requirements and design brief in a pragmatic manner to realise your ambition and maximise value without compromising on quality.

No matter how unusual the site we seek to utilise every square meter without jeopardising design and aesthetics. Our collective experience and understanding, of the commercial challenges and drivers of value, results in a successful outcome, enhancing your reputation.

“Architecture is a container of something.
I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup,
but the tea itself.”

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