Sub Rosa Architecture are based in the South East of England but their workload spans a much wider area, encompassing Cambridge to Kent to Sussex, with London at the centre.
Sub Rosa Architecture have built their reputation based on original, high quality designs which aim to resolve clients needs, the needs of the setting and that of the environment.
The practice has experience in many fields including education, commercial, housing and one off homes, and works in all locations from urban to rural to city centre. We have a successful track record of dealing with difficult sites and consequently have extensive knowledge of developing in Green Belt, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Metropolitan Open Land and Urban Environments. We also have a great deal of experience of Country House legislation, in the form of PPS7 and Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework and have been successful in negotiating this complex planning route on a number of occasions. Our projects vary in size from small one off houses to large complex school schemes, however no matter what the size of the project each is designed with the same care and attention.
In addition to our own work, we are committed to help improve the quality of the built environment and consequently have been part of RIBA Award judging panels and have been represented on the South East Regional Design Panel (SERDP) and Kent Design Future (KDF) Enabling Team.
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